It explores factors including salary, pension, bonus and long-term incentives for executive directors and non-executive directors’ fees.
It also discusses current issues affecting the remuneration landscape.
Despite 2015 witnessing the highest levels of salary freezes for executive directors in the last four years, annual bonus payments remain at similarly high levels. Regulatory reforms in executive remuneration also appear to be promoting a change in the approach to pay amongst companies. The key question is are companies focusing merely on complying with these reforms or are they embedding them as part of their pay philosophy?
View our e-Book of the Guide to Directors’ Remuneration 2015 report here.