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  • Service: Tax, Employment Issues
  • Type: Publication series
  • Date: 25/10/2012

KPMG's Guide to Directors' Remuneration 2012 

KPMG’s Guide to Executive Remuneration 2012 surveys market practice in relation to executive pay and incentives and non-executive directors’ fees in FTSE 350 companies over the past 12 months.

KPMG's Guide to Directors' Remuneration 2011
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Executive remuneration has remained high on the agenda this year.  There have been two main drivers for this.  First, in a process instigated and led by Vince Cable, there has been the development of a wave of new regulation intended to empower shareholders through greater transparency and a binding vote on remuneration.  This has yet to be finalised, but is expected to take effect from October 2013.  Secondly, at a number of companies, shareholders have expressed dissatisfaction with aspects of executive pay – since termed the ‘shareholder spring’.

 

Against this backdrop KPMG’s Guide to Directors Remuneration 2012 looks at market practice in relation to executive pay and incentives and non-executive directors’ fees in FTSE 350 companies. It also considers the nature of shareholder reaction to pay and possible implications for the future.

 

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