Results for tag "Remuneration report"
Talk by Rory Cray of FIT Remuneration Consultants. Venue: Slaughter & May, One Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8YY.
Talk by Kepler Associates. Held at Travers Smith, 10 Snow Hill, London EC1A 2AL
Slaughter & May, 1 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8YY
SPL comments sent on 25 March 2013 on the Schedule to the draft Large and Medium-Sized Companies and Groups (Accounts And Reports) (Amendment) Regulations 2013 as circulated by BIS on 8 March 2013 – includes a copy of the draft regulations and the BIS FAQs
Herbert Smith, Exchange House, Primrose Street, London EC2A 2HS
SPL response dated 26 September 2012 to the BIS consultation from June 2012 entitled “Directors’ Pay: consultation on revised reporting regulations”.
BIS consultation – Directors’ Pay: consultation on revised remuneration reporting regulations – published in June 2012. Consultation seeking views on the Government’s proposals to increase transparency in pay reporting and in particular on draft regulations which will determine the content of directors’ remuneration reports and which will revoke and replace Schedule 8 of the Large […]
SPL response dated 27 April 2012 to the BIS consultation entitled “Executive Pay: shareholder voting rights consultation” published in March 2012
BIS Consultation Document issued on 14 March 2012 relating to Executive Pay and shareholder voting rights. The proposals follow the announcement on 23 January 2012 of a package of measures to address failings in the corporate governance framework for executive remuneration including : Greater transparency in directors’ remuneration reports; Empowering shareholders and promoting shareholder engagement […]
SPL response dated 8 December 2010 to questions raised in the FSA Consultation Paper 10/27: Implementing CRD3 requirements on the disclosure of remuneration including: proposed approach to implement the disclosure requirements of CRD3; requirements in terms of frequency and form of disclosure; possible disadvantages in extending the scope of disclosure requirements to third country BIPRU […]