Corporate governance and executive pay

Legislative landscape and market insights 2019

Top executive remuneration should support and promote the company’s long-term sustainable success.

As a member of the board of directors of a company in Belgium or Luxembourg that’s already preparing your 2019 annual shareholders meeting, you need to make sure you’re fully prepared. That means having complete knowledge of investors’ priorities as well as developments in the field of corporate governance. With executive compensation now a corporate governance matter by itself, it’s also key that your firm has remuneration policies and practices in place that support and promote the company’s long-term sustainable success.

PwC joined forces with CGLytics to analyse the current corporate governance and executive pay landscape to help you understand shareholders’ concerns and be prepared for the challenges ahead. What does Europe’s corporate governance legislative framework look like? And how might it develop? What does quantitative, publically available data in the field of executive remuneration tell us? What are the current hot topics in governance? You can find the answers to these concerns and more in the report.


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Bart Van den Bussche

Bart Van den Bussche

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