Topic: Remuneration


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.

Advocacy update

The Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Louise Petschler provides a monthly round-up of the Advocacy team’s projects.

Interview: Jerry Maycock

Christopher Niesche speaks to the Chair of AGL about renewable energy, market disruption and the need for greater clarity on executive remuneration.

Why are Australian businesses still reluctant to invest?

The latest survey of investment plans by firms shows managers are expecting to slash spending in the year ahead. Where have the ‘animal spirits’ gone that would stoke business investment, ...

Should more NFPs consider paying directors?

Only 15 per cent of not-for-profit directors are currently paid, according to new research from the AICD. As expectations of boards in the sector rise, should more NFPs consider paying their directors...

In the know

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) is pleased to bring you the latest thinking on current and emerging issues at our annual Australian Governance Summit, the nation’s largest gatheri...
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