Executive Directors’ Remuneration
Monday 10 June 2013
The High Pay Centre
32-36 Loman Street
London SE1 0EH
The 2013 Executive Directors Total Remuneration Survey, produced jointly by MM&K and Manifest, is recognised as the authoritative guide to pay of Executive Directors. It contains the latest data on all components of remuneration of executive directors and the latest trends. This event will launch the survey and provide an opportunity to hear from MM&K and Manifest and to discuss issues of executive remuneration
The speakers at this event will be:
Cliff Weight, Director of MM&K, High Pay Centre advisory Board Member and author of The Directors’ Remuneration Handbook
Sarah Wilson, Managing Director of Manifest, the proxy advisory company
Dr Daniel Summerfield, Head of RI team, USS
Deborah Hargreaves, Founding Director of The High Pay Centre
5:00pm Registration, coffee and networking
5:30pm Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Address
5:35pm Key note Presentations
Key highlights from Manifest and MM&K's survey of UK executive directors’ remuneration and trends - Presented by Cliff Weight, Director, MM&K
Key highlights from Manifest’s analyses of shareholder engagements and voting results on executive directors’ remuneration and trends - Presented by Sarah Wilson, Managing Director, Manifest
6:00pm Panel Debate with Cliff Weight, Sarah Wilson, Dr Daniel Summerfield, chaired by Deborah Hargreaves, with contributions from the floor
7:00pm Seminar ends followed by networking & drinks
This event will take place at the offices of The High Pay Centre, located in Southwark.
Map & Directions available here. Closest tube stations are Southwark and London Bridge.
Refreshments will be provided.
Attendance at this event is free of charge, if you wish to attend, please send us an email
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