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管理人力资源与薪酬是个难以预料的任务
这些主要的人力资源因素将拖缓您的业务拓展计划。
Worldwide
12 Jul 2019
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EP Tones Down Proposed Amendments To Shareholder Rights And Accounting Directives
In July 2015, the European Parliament adopted a number of amendments that tone down certain elements of a 2014 European Commission proposal to amend the Shareholder Rights Directive and the Accounting Directive.
Netherlands
15 Sep 2015
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Institutional Investor Organisation Eumedion Mainly Positive About 2015 AGM Season
In its annual evaluation of the AGM season, Eumedion noted that major shareholders are increasingly represented on supervisory boards.
Netherlands
14 Sep 2015
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Bill On Remuneration Rules For Financial Undertakings Submitted: Bonus Cap One Step Closer
The submission of a bill to the Dutch parliament on the remuneration rules for financial undertakings has moved one step closer to fixing a 20% cap on bonuses.
Netherlands
22 Jul 2014
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New Claw-Back Legislation From 1 January 2014
Companies may revise and claw back directors’ bonuses if they are excessive or wrongly awarded
Netherlands
6 Feb 2014
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New Claw-Back Legislation From 2014
Companies will be able to revise and claw back directors’ bonuses if they are excessive or wrongly awarded.
Netherlands
30 Jan 2014
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Directors To Pay Back Excessive Bonus
The Bill on the revision and claw back of bonuses is at an advanced stage in the First Chamber of the Dutch parliament. This article describes the impact on directors and companies.
Netherlands
14 Oct 2013
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Suitability And Restrained Remuneration Policy Rules For Financial Institutions
Day-to-day management and supervisory board members are increasingly subjected to strict regulatory rules.
Netherlands
3 Oct 2013
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Further Restraints On Executive Compensation
We have previously written in this newsletter about the Regulation on Restrained Compensation Policies Dutch Financial Supervision Act 2011 ("Wft") of the Dutch Central Bank ("DNB") that entered into force on 1 January 2011.
Netherlands
19 Sep 2012
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