John Egan provides his thoughts on what’s in store for the 2015 year.
We present the articles you enjoyed the most over the year.
While payments to secure senior executives have shown some sign of diminishing in recent years, they are still often necessary as organisations endeavour to attract appropriate talent on both a national and global footing.
We have noticed an increasing number of floats coming to market with executive incentive plans that contain features not in accord with broad market practice and, frankly, incoherently structured.
Private equity (PE) backed IPOs have tended in our experience to adopt a more proactive and robust management incentive framework pre-IPO. Given the nature of
It is imperative that the Board seeks advice in respect of remuneration matters concerning the key management personnel of the company having regard to the legislative framework specifically enacted to facilitate transparency and better management of any attendant conflicts of interests.
We provide a summary of recent remuneration and governance news from around the world.
Egan Associates recounts how it assisted a large organisation to set the remuneration of its CEO and executive team following a significant restructure.
In the first half of this year, Egan Associates has been asked to consider a significant array of strategic reward challenges arising from Boards facing shareholder opposition to their remuneration practices.
In this interview John Egan, Chairman and Founder of Egan Associates offers his reflections on the journey of consulting, what clients need from a consultant or advisor, the changing landscape facing clients today, the diversity of clients and the unique issues they encounter, the evolution of the Egan Associates’ perspective on reward and governance.