Binding Shareholder Say-on-Pay Vote in UK — The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

Small business news-to-watch and of-interest.  UK proposal on say on pay.  Discussion of current say on pay standing in US and UK.

Excerpt:  The UK government has now gone one step further by proposing to reform the approval process for director remuneration, including through the introduction of a binding shareholder vote for all UK Companies that must occur not less frequently than every three years. The new UK proposal does not stem from guidelines or mandates adopted by any European or other supra-national body. Rather, the proposal was the initiative of the UK government made at the national level in consultation with companies, shareholders, institutional investors and other interested parties. The UK approach, if ultimately implemented as expected, could be a powerful example for US investors seeking to drive change in executive compensation practices.

We discuss below the current state of say-on-pay in the US and the UK reforms.

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