Remunerating your next CEO within an appropriate governance framework

Jackson, Nicholas
October 2013
Keeping Good Companies (14447614);Oct2013, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p532
The article focuses on Australian legislation, market practices and consulting experience to offer guidance on the remuneration of a CEO within a governance model suitable to an Australian Securities Exchange (ASX)-listed company. It discusses the importance of stakeholder communications, offers a governance and regulatory checklist and studies some wage conditions relating to unlisted companies. It explores salary governance factors and the most common considerations in deciding CEO pay.


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