Statement on BP shareholder vote
A great moment - be part of it
The 59% vote against BP's remuneration report is a remarkable and welcome development.
Remuneration committees have got to use what is called "discretion", that is, do their job.
The shareholders have said: you have gone too far, and this level of pay cannot be justified or accepted.
The board must think again.
Since 1 January 2017 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned:
Income inequality in the UK
Wealth inequality in the UK
- Initial response to FRC consultation
A welcome and necessary tightening up - and sharpening up - of the combined code. Businesses will have to take note and act
- Sir Vince Cable to give second Gavron Memorial Lecture Monday 27th Nov
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- Sir Vince Cable to give second Gavron Memorial Lecture
Good news - Sir Vince will speak at the IoD's Pall Mall HQ in late November at our second Gavron Memorial Lecture