IA to name and shame firms facing revolts over executive pay

Part of government's corporate reform

Laura Dew
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Chris Cummings, chief executive of the Investment Association
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Chris Cummings, chief executive of the Investment Association

The Investment Association is to run a register for the government, naming and shaming those firms which have been subject to shareholder revolts over executive pay.

According to The Guardian, the public register will name those firms where a fifth of shareholders have rejected annual executive pay packages. The reforms, due to be announced today, will required...

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