Banking remuneration and culture to be in Royal Commission review

Sufficient time has not been allocated to validly assess culture and pay mattersRead more read more

What's the BEAR up to?

The Senate’s Economics Legislation Committee has reviewed the BEAR and recommended it be passed.Read more read more

Proxy adviser regulation: where to from here?

Lower quality reports, fewer proxy advisers, and less engagement could be an outcome from regulationRead more read more

The acceptability of alternative remuneration that is fit for purpose: Save this date

The afternoon of 7 March in Sydney, and morning of 13 March in PerthRead more read more

The BEAR has arrived

ADIs must comply with most requirements by 1 July 2018. Read more read more

Nobel prize integrates economics with psychology – a pity that it has not been yet applied to executive pay

The research explored limited rationality, social preferences, and lack of self-control.Read more read more

UK’s Investment Association’s long slide to encouraging mediocity

The UK Investment Association has released updated guidances for the upcoming 2018 voting season.Read more read more

Australia slowly makes some headway with a stewardship code, but only for asset managers and not superannuation funds

The Financial Services Council has released an Internal Governance and Asset Stewardship Standard.Read more read more

Research indicates executives are using buybacks and M&A for short term gains

The short-term versus long-term returns on buybacks and M&As are telling. Read more read more

Proposed US tax changes impact on US and Australian executive pay

Unintended consequences of US tax anomalies led to the incredible escalation in executive payRead more read more