FTSE 100 companies have responded to last year's investor rebellions regarding executive pay, with "more conservative policies" being adopted according to new analysis from the Investment Association (IA).
Voting data from the 2017 AGM season compiled by the IA has found investors are effectively holding FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 companies and their individual directors to account with regards to executive remuneration. ...
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