The corporate governance landscape has been changing
and executive remuneration has been, and continues to
be, a topical issue engaging the attention of investors,
corporations, politicians, the media and society.
Scandinavian corporations are not exempted from this
The multibillion dollar
company has a history spanning back over
two centuries; however, recently it has
been in the “hot seat” for being entangled
in a variety of scandals ranging from
improper accounting to bankrupt
Persbericht: DirectorInsight lanceert vandaag de eerste ‘Pay-for-Performance Index’. Op basis van nauwkeurige analyse is inzichtelijk gemaakt hoe de beloning van de CEO’s van de 25 Nederlandse AEX-fondsen zich verhoudt tot de prestaties van die bedrijven.
This is DirectorInsight’s third release of the 2017 FTSE 100 CEO Pay for Performance report. The previous report “Are you ready to rumble Part 2” contained an analysis for 76 companies in the FTSE 100. This report provides an analysis for 86 companies in the FTSE 100 as well as their CEO pay and financial performance.
This is DirectorInsight’s second release of the 2017 FTSE 100 CEO Pay for Performance report. The previous report “Are you ready to rumble” contained an analysis for 50 companies in the FTSE 100. This report provides an analysis for 76 companies in the FTSE 100, their CEO pay and financial performance, using total shareholder return (TSR ) as the key financial performance metric, over a one year, three year and five year period.
At the 2016 UK AGM season, investors set an unprecedented trend in corporate governance. FTSE 100
bosses faced revolts over remuneration report votes during a heated series of AGMs that featured
defeats and protests over pay at some of Britain’s biggest companies.
Is een hoge beloning voor een
bestuurder een teken dat zijn of haar bedrijf
goed presteert en daarmee een
beleggingskans? Integendeel, blijkt uit
onderzoek. Beleggers kunnen ook
bovengemiddeld rendement halen bij
bedrijven met structureel lage
beloningspakketten. Al is het even zoeken.
Over the last 5 years, the landscape has
significantly changed with shareholders being
very active on executive pay proposals. The
2011 AGM showed a spike in shareholders
scrutinizing pay proposals disclosed in
companies’ remuneration reports. From 2012
till 2014, companies received more “votes for”
relative to 2011. However, the 2016 proxy
season, using a threshold of 10% votes against,
is already showing that the 2015/16
remuneration reports received one of the
highest votes cast against. While we are still in
the middle of the proxy season, 23.61% of the
FTSE 100 companies’ shareholders have already
voted against remuneration reports.
This report aims at providing substantial insights, on a seven-year time span (2008-2014), of compensation practices across the twenty largest firms in Switzerland. It shows the yield for investors in relation to the CEO’s pay of the SMI companies.
This report is a follow up on last year’s say on pay
report for the Swiss Market Index (SMI). It aims
to provide substantial insights, for compensation
practices across the twenty largest firms in
Switzerland, on an eight-year time span (2008-
Governance has emerged as the signature risk of the post-financial crisis era in Europe. The great recession brought
in its wake costly bank failures, bailouts, and write-offs of bad debts, followed by tense debt renegotiations in several
nations. These events severely eroded investor confidence. More recently, hotly contested “say on pay” votes, legal
and regulatory controversies, and outright scandals have also taken their toll. To navigate this uncertain, fast-changing
environment, issuers and investors alike need accurate, comprehensive governance data, both quantitative and
qualitative, to develop clear, timely, and actionable insights into the governance of European corporations.
Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc. reported Thursday that it has taken a minority stake in a Dutch company that specializes in corporate governance services. The Lake Success-based provider of investor communications services for public companies said it had invested an undisclosed amount in AMA Partners, B.V.
The post-financial crisis era in Europe has ushered in a heightened focus on governance risk and transparency for institutional investors, as they seek to optimise their investment processes and stewardship of holdings. Increasingly, asset managers are stepping up their scrutiny of companies in whose shares they invest, seeking deeper insights into areas of potential governance risk-related exposure.
Broadridge Financial Solutions has enhanced its corporate governance solution offering in Europe by taking a minority stake and entering into an exclusive distribution and marketing alliance with AMA Partners, BV (AMA).
Broadridge Financial (NYSE:BR), provider of investor communications and other technologies for the financial services sector, has signed an agreement to become a distributor of Netherland-based AMA Partners’ DirectorInsight online corporate governance data and analytics tool. The deal expands Broadridge’s corporate governance solution set and data capabilities.
Het aantal commissarissen dat aandelen heeft in de onderneming waarop zij toezicht houdt is flink gestegen, zo berichtte Het Financieele Dagblad. Tegenstanders van aandelenbezit bij toezichthouders vrezen een te weinig objectieve blik bij het beoordelen van bestuursbesluiten. Voorstanders menen — terecht — dat het de betrokkenheid vergroot. Unilever is vooralsnog het enige AEX-fonds dat interne toezichthouders actief aanmoedigt aandelen te houden.
Les groupes français sont moins généreux que leurs homologues européens quand
il s’agit de rémunérer les membres de leur conseil d’administration. Une
pingrerie qui tranche avec les belles rémunérations versées aux PDG tricolores.
Binnen enkele muisklikken zien hoe een beursgenoteerd bedrijf en zijn bestuurders presteren? En tegen welke beloning, ook in vergelijking met de concurrenten? Het kan op het nieuwe online platform DirectorInsight.
Recently the Dutch cabinet voted in favour of a new law created by Jeroen Dijsselbloem, president of the Eurogroup and Dutch finance minister: the so called "20 per cent rule". This controversial piece of legislation limits the bonuses of those who work in the Dutch financial industry to 20 per cent of their basic salary.