Corporate governance and executive pay: A joint report with PwC

PwC Belgium and CGLytics have joined forces to help companies better prepare for the 2019 proxy season.

The report analyses the current corporate governance and executive pay landscape in Belgium and Luxembourg, to help Remuneration Committees, and their Executive Compensation and Governance Professionals better understand shareholders’ concerns and make sure they are prepared for any upcoming challenges.

Access the report and learn about:

How SRD II will impact EU listed companies including disclosure requirements of CEO-to-employee pay ratio and fairness of pay

The evolution of CEO realised variable remuneration (base salary, STIs and LTIs) in the Selected Index (Bel 20 & LuxX) from 2009 to 2017

Companies in the Index that show a strong alignment of their CEO pay compared to their TSR over both one and three years, with the most aligned being Groupe Bruxelles Lambert SA, Orange Belgium S.A. and Proximus PLC

Board composition of companies in the Index including board size, age and percentage of women on each board.

Download the report now to be fully prepared for the proxy season ahead.

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