Media releases

Month: Nov

  • UK exec remuneration inquiry should follow Australia's lead — but only part of the way


    Chartered Secretaries Australia (CSA) has told a UK Government Inquiry into executive pay to follow Australia‟s lead and ditch proposals for a binding shareholder vote on the remuneration report.

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  • Directors face jail over new voting rules


    Working out who can and who can't vote on executive remuneration at a general meeting is a minefield for both listed and non-listed entities, with severe penalties including up to five years‟ jail for key management personnel (KMP) who fail to comply with the new rules, Guidelines on managing voting exclusions on remuneration-related resolutions released by Chartered Secretaries Australia (CSA) today warn.

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