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Analysis indicates companies with remuneration strikes underperform
JP Morgan analysed historical results of companies that would have received 1 or more strikes on their remuneration report if the two-strikes legislat... more

London School of Economics finds executive pay does vary with performance, while other workers’ pay varies little
The pay of top executives rises when their company does well and falls when their company does badly, according to academic research, which challenges... more

Checklist for remuneration voting
Working out who can and who cannot vote on executive remuneration at a general meeting is fraught with traps for both listed and non-listed entities. ... more

Major central banker says that banks should not link pay to equity return
There has been an influential call for banks to end their culture of linking remuneration to equity and look instead at returns on their total assets ... more

Results of ACSI research on ASX 100 board composition and NED pay
ACSI has released its tenth annual research paper on ASX100 boards, reviewing board composition, director independence, gender balance, director remun... more

Australian government indicates more regulation on executive pay, and takes a swipe at proxy firms
The Hon David Bradbury MP is Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, and responsible for the recent two-strikes rule that provides the opportunity f... more

CEO share of executive pay as a predictor of company performance
Deutsche Bank has released the results of analysis that indicates the financial performance of Australian companies can be reasonably predicted from t... more

Banks will need to disclose more on their pay under new APRA regulation
It is likely that the pay disclosures of Australia’s banks will soon have to cover not just their top executives and directors (KMP), but also employe... more

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