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Is performance pay a 15-year experiment that has failed?

29 Oct 2014: Performance-related pay does not work and in fact, could be counter-productive. The launch of our new report on performance pay last week prompted a lively discussion about whether bonuses and long-term incentives can produce the sort of behaviour shareholders want.

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Pay at the top has become a self-enriching racket

28 Oct 2014: The relationship between bonus increases and profit growth is virtually non-existent

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New High Pay Centre report: Performance-related Pay is nothing of the sort

23 Oct 2014: Research for High Pay Centre by Incomes Data Services shows that growth in executive pay, bonuses and incentive payments has vastly outpaced performance as measured by every indicator in common use

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Article: Is Lord Hill’s European Commission appointment really a victory for Britain?

23 Sep 2014: A British European Commissioner with a remit to stick up for the interests of the City won't necessarily serve the interests of the country as a whole. HPC Deputy Director Luke Hildyard writes for Left Foot Forward

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High Pay Centre responds to Financial Conduct Authority consultation on banking

23 Sep 2014: We argue that it is crucial to consider value and structure of bankers' pay when assessing potential threats to market integrity

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