Topic: Remuneration

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An interview with Tim Aman from BDO

The fallout of the Banking Royal Commission will rock the corporate sector from years to come. With the final report due in February, BDO’s National Leader Financial Services Tim Aman covers off...

Six big issues for directors in 2019

As the New Year shapes up as another big year in the governance space for directors, here the AICD Advocacy team take a look at the big issues for boards. Advocacy General Manager Louise Petschler, MA...

Remuneration shapes up as a top issue at AGS 2019

Distinguished director Penny Bingham-Hall, FAICD, who sits on six boards including Fortescue Metals, Dexus Property Group and BlueScope Steel, sees remuneration as a hot topic for boards next year. Sh...

Executive pay and trust

New thinking needed to better align pay, performance and community expectations.

Rethinking the purpose of pay

If boards are to persuade management to focus on creating long term value, they need to question the purpose of pay.

Difficulties of rewarding bosses for achieving soft targets

Culture is not something boards can easily define, measure or pay executives for.

Panel brings insight into new BEAR regime

Members heard from Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), directors and lawyers on the Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR) and how it will operate, at a special AICD event in Sy...

Governance research round-up

Our latest review considers the fallout from cutting CEO pay, key ESG risks, market challenges in using ESG data, and why some directors are more vigilant on executive teams than others.

Directors' fees

It is becoming more important for boards to have a clear and transparent remuneration process due to heavy scrutiny from an organisation’s shareholders, stakeholders and the media. Transparency encour...

Need to Know: Pay pals

The diverse skills of a good remuneration committee chair are in demand, writes Christopher Niesche.
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