For proactive Boards, risk management is not an option but a necessity for growth, sustainability and continuing success.
John Egan provides his thoughts on what’s in store for the 2015 year.
As the AGM season is fast approaching, we have prepared a summary of proxy advisor and institutional investor views for your reference.
John Egan explores whether Non-Executive Directors are appropriately rewarded for the risks they assume, the depth of their experience and the time commitment they offer.
Egan Associates’ newly released KMP Report examines Director and Chairman fees among the ASX 300 and NZ 50.
Although Directors believe executive pay models have changed for the better following the introduction of the two strikes rule, they are less certain that the rule has helped foster pay for performance.
Egan Associates has closely followed the progressive enhancements in employment conditions negotiated over the last half century. While we acknowledge the many challenges associated in
Directors’ fees for New Zealand’s top 50 listed companies have increased well above Australia’s top companies year-on-year.
This edition contains our annual analysis of the remuneration of Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) from Australia’s top 50, top 100 and top 300 companies, as well as New Zealand’s top 50 companies. We explore the relationship between movements in NED fees, Average Weekly Earnings and market performance.
In this report, we focus on movements in senior executive reward, including Chief Executives, having regard to fixed remuneration and annual incentive payments over the period since 2008 when the Global Financial Crisis impacted on profitability, asset values and market capitalisation.