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Yet another brouhaha over pay in the U.K. is brewing this year

Paul Hodgson | March 7, 2017

What was the U.S. corporate reaction to the pay ratio rule, slated for introduction in 2018? Fight the rule tooth and nail and even elect an anti-regulation president to make sure it never happens.

What is the U.K. corporate reaction to the pay ratio rule proposed by Prime Minister Theresa May in the government’s recent Green Paper? In many cases, it is to try to figure out how to bring down CEO pay so that the ratio doesn’t look so bad.

What would the U.S. corporate reaction be to a proposed binding vote on executive pay? Anathema, and if the Trump administration has its way, even the advisory vote—Say on Pay—might go the way of all things Dodd-Frank.

What is the U.K. corporate reaction to a binding vote? If the Confederation of British Industry is anything to go by, the answer is a resounding “yes”!

Brexit and Trump’s election was supposed to demonstrate how the U.K. and the U.S are somehow on the same track, but little demonstrates the two countries...

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