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THE FUTURE OF THE REMUNERATION COMMITTEE IN A NEW ERA OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Tuesday 5 February 2019
9:00am

Screening Room, South Wing, Somerset House
Victoria Embankment
London WC2R 1LA

Last year, median pay for a FTSE 100 CEO pay leapt by 11% to £3.9 million. Opinion polls repeatedly show public support for draconian measures such as capping executives' pay. Top pay and perceived greed are also given by survey respondents as the main reason for their lack of trust in business.

It is clear that this situation is that unsustainable and that reform of the Remuneration Committees that set top pay will be needed. Indeed, the new corporate governance code sets out provisions that will force RemCos to review how they operate:

For example:

To answer questions such as these, the High Pay Centre and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development undertook an extensive programme of interviews with remuneration committees, plus other stakeholders in the pay setting process with backgrounds in investment, people management, board effectiveness and remuneration consultancy.

The insights and conclusions from this research will be presented at the event, followed by an expert stakeholder discussion on the future of the remuneration committee.

To reserve your place, please rsvp to events@highpaycentre.org

Posted on 21 December 2018

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