The High Pay Centre is an independent non-party think tank established to monitor pay at the top of the income distribution and set out a road map towards better business and economic success
Political pressure, public disapproval and campaigning all combined to restrain pay at the top in 2016. But what next?
High Pay Centre response to the Queen’s Speech – 21 June 2017
High Pay Centre statement on the Conservative party manifesto
The Labour Party is proposing an "Excessive Pay Levy" on businesses offering very large salaries
3 Aug 2017: Political pressure, public disapproval and campaigning all combined to restrain pay at the top in 2016. But what next?
3 Aug 2017: Our joint annual survey of the state of top pay in the FTSE100
20 Feb 2017: This unprecedented joint submission signifies the importance of this moment: an opportunity to make meaningful, lasting reforms to executive pay and boardroom culture and practice
Since 1 January 2017 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned: