No More Than We Deserve: The rights & wrongs of high & low pay
Monday 15 April 2013
116 Pall Mall
London SW1Y 5ED
(Please note that this event will be taking place in the Nash Room, not the Burton Room as originally advertised)
The High Pay Centre and the Resolution Foundation are delighted to invite you to an event hosted by The Institute of Directors.
This debate will bring together The High Pay Centre’s work on executive remuneration and The Resolution Foundation’s work on low to middle income households to ask how high pay affects everyone in the economy and how pay can be made fair across the board.
The Right Honourable Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and MP for Twickenham
Simon Walker, Director General of The Institute of Directors
Ruth Sunderland, Associate City Editor at The Daily Mail
Robert Talbut, Chairman of Investment Committee at The Association of British Insurers & Chief Investment Officer at Royal London Asset Management
Frances O’Grady, General Secretary of the TUC
The event will be introduced by Gavin Kelly, Chief Executive of The Resolution Foundation and will be chaired by Deborah Hargreaves, Founding Director of The High Pay Centre
The Nash Room,
The Institute of Directors,
116 Pall Mall,
10:00am Registration & Breakfast
10:30 am Debate
This event is free of charge but places are strictly limited.
If you wish to attend, please send us an email
Head to Twitter to join the debate using the hashtag #HighLowPay @HighPayCentre
Please be aware that the IoD operates a dress code of smart casual - no training shoes or sportswear permitted.
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