CEO compensation: does shareholder “say on pay” reduce “fat cat” fury? © Fotolia - studiostoks

New research reveals that corporate regulations introduced in the UK in 2002 have helped keep CEO and director remuneration transparent, accountable and linked to performance. Analyses by Walid Alissa indicate that shareholders demonstrate sophistication in their ‘say on pay’ vote while boards do respond, albeit selectively when company performance is poor. He argues the regulations found a (...)

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