26 November, 2013 | (01 hr)
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For most corporations in the United Kingdom and Europe (and for global companies based in the United States, India, and Asia), remuneration measures have risen to the top of the list of issues for companies and investors. In the midst of this heated remuneration debate, both companies and investors are searching for effective ways to link performance to an array of measures: key performance indicators, nonfinancial measures of performance, sustainability and CSR/EST measures, and new measures of shareholder value and capital formation. What are the trends regarding appropriate shareholding levels for executive directors and nonexecutive directors?
Who should attend:
Executive Directors, CEOs, Chief Legal Counsel, Corporate Secretaries, Corporate Governance Officers, Secretaries to Boards of Directors, Risk Officers, Human Relations Executives, Investor Relations Executives, Institutional Investors
Dan has over 17 years’ experience of advising companies on remuneration.
Since joining Towers Watson he has been appointed by the Remuneration Committees of companies including IMI, Berendsen, Bodycote and Barclays. While at New Bridge Str...Full Bio
Dr. Richard Belfield
Richard advises remuneration committees and executive management on a wide range of executive pay matters to help companies deliver their business strategies.
He typically supports clients in areas such as incentive design, remuneration strategy, and the ma...Full Bio
Dr. Carolyn Kay Brancato
Dr. Carolyn Kay Brancato has more than 30 years experience in various aspects of corporate governance, corporate finance and regulatory economics. Her work is globally recognized in such fields as: tracking the growth of global institutional investors; how equity market short-termism is dis...Full Bio