Australia

Details

  • Service: Audit, Financial Statement Audit
  • Type: Survey report
  • Date: 27/06/2013

Enhancing remuneration reporting 

It is as important as ever for directors to be able to tell their company’s remuneration story to shareholders, demonstrating the alignment among shareholders interests, company performance and remuneration.
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Based on a survey of 70 company remuneration reports in each of the 2010/11 and 2011/12 reporting seasons, this report aims to help inform those responsible for remuneration reports of the spread of particular practices and to present examples of better remuneration reports.

 

Key insights

  • Alternative remuneration reporting practices have become more common.
  • Linking pay to performance is a significant focus for investors wanting to understand how executives are rewarded.
  • Using, and disclosing, performance hurdles has been identified as an area for improvement by ASIC.
 

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