Questioning by Counsel at the Hayne Royal Commission of Board Chairmen, CEOs and accountable executives has revealed the market’s expectation of the level of stewardship and scrutiny which shareholders and customers in particular might anticipate rests with the Board or the CEO in communicating strategy, financial results and breaches of company policy.
The decade since the Global Financial Crisis can be regarded as one of considerable change in relation to incumbency and reward.
What role should incentives play in rewarding senior management?
An important role for the Board Remuneration Committee is to establish clarity with executives and shareholders around the primary levers that would support additional remuneration
The Agenda is our must-read summary of issues concerning Boards of Directors and Government.
Egan Associates has prepared a special report on UK proposals for new styles of long term incentives that will be better aligned with the long-term interests of companies and shareholders.
Long term incentives (LTIs) are the most complex and least understood element of executive remuneration. We describe and compare four simple ways to look at the value of LTIs offered to executives.
It is our observation that wealth creation and provisioning for a comfortable retirement is in part being supported through public company executive participation in equity based incentive plans.
CEOs of small companies are by no means guaranteed an annual bonus.
The Australian Senate passed changes to the taxation of employee share schemes (ESS) on 25 June with no amendments.