Category: Governance

 

Good governance, company performance, and director pay

Author: Caroline Newsholme, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Director's Remuneration, Financial Reporting, Governance
Tags: company performance, Corporate Governance, Director pay, Disclosure and Transparency Rules, financial reporting, investors, pay and performance, remuneration, transparency
Good governance means having great people at the top looking out for the company. But how much should a company pay for a good director? In this TV show Caroline Newsholme discusses pay vs performance. Good governance comes at a price You should certainly pay for talent.  And [...]
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