Jupiter Asset Management has scaled back plans to increase the pay of chief executive Maarten Slendebroek by 50% after a backlash from shareholders.
According to The Sunday Times, the firm was forced to pull out of the plans to raise the CEO's pay after receiving objections from major shareholders. It had planned to increase Slendebroek's salary...
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