The Future of Executive Remuneration: The State of Pay and What Future Business Leaders Think
Wednesday 4 February 2015
Queen Mary, University of London, Arts Two Building
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
Please join Queen Mary, University of London and High Pay Centre for a student-led event examining executive pay and business practices.
Our panel will include:
Anita Skipper, Independent Advisor on Corporate Governance
Cliff Weight, Remuneration Consultant
Paul Nowak, TUC Assistant General Secretary
Duncan Brown, Principal at Aon Hewitt
Oliver Parry, Senior Advisor - Corporate Governance and Company Law at the Institute of Directors
They will join a student representative to discuss the current state of executive pay, corporate governance regulations that impact executive pay, and the implications of the growing pay gap between executives and average workers.
The panel presentations and discussion with the audience will be followed by a reception. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to meet the UK’s future business practitioners!
This event is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required. Please email Kathryn.firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. The event will be held on the Queen Mary campus on Mile End Road in Arts Two Building. Directions to the campus can be found here.
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