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By Rob Alport
The corporate governance landscape is changing. Listed EU companies are increasingly subject to more disclosure and transparency requirements while executive compensation is now under greater scrutiny than ever.
By Rob Alport
In March 2018, it was announced that Julian was to step down as a director from the Board.
By Jonathan Nelson
The problem that this rationale justifying this specific derogation from official policy poses is twofold.
By Rob Alport
As a result, Swedbank dismissed Ms. Bonnesen just one hour before its AGM of March 28, 2019.
By Rob Alport
CGLytics uses its Executive Pay and Pay for Performance Modelling Tools to look at the recent merger with 21st Century Fox, the value Disney's CEO has bought to the company's shareholders and how he has been compensated, ...
By Aniel Mahabier
During the 2018 Dutch proxy season, shareholders actively engaged in a range of governance matters, with CEO remuneration remaining a key focus for stakeholders and widely publicised by the media.
By Jonathan Nelson
Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere. Hong Kong-based private venture capital firm Deep Knowledge Ventures has even given an algorithm known as "VITAL" a seat on its board of directors.
By Aniel Mahabier
With so much discussion in support of improving female representation on boards, stepping back to consider the processes might just be the key to achieving 30% and 50% gender parity goals.
By Aniel Mahabier
With lawmakers and investors still calling for companies to appoint younger directors, the oldest demographics are still the most represented.
By Aniel Mahabier
One of the most encouraging changes we saw in 2018 was the increase in the percentage of new appointments that were women.
By Aniel Mahabier
The UK is at the forefront of shareholder concern of good corporate governance practices.
By Aniel Mahabier
During the 2018 proxy season, shareholders engaged actively in governance matters.