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The Greenbury Report

In January 1995 the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) established the Study Group on Directors' Remuneration under the chairmanship of Sir Richard Greenbury with a remit to identify good practice in determining directors' remuneration and to prepare a code of practice for UK PLCs. The final report of the group was published on 17 July 1995 and is usually referred to as the Greenbury report.

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The report

Directors' remuneration- report of a study group chaired by Sir Richard Greenbury 
Final report of the Study Group on Directors' Remuneration as published on 17 July 1995.

Online articles

The library provides access to a range of articles in full text from leading business, finance and management journals. Access to articles is provided to logged-in ICAEW members, ACA students and other entitled users subject to suppliers' terms of use.

Corporate governance codes and the supply of corporate information

Article on how the introduction of the Cadbury, Greenbury and Hampel reports was accompanied by a significant increase in the number of news announcements by UK listed companies.

Corporate Governance Report: From Greenbury to Hampel - a mid-term report on developments in directors' remuneration

Comments on the preliminary report of the Hampel Committee and provides data on directors' incentive and pay schemes.

Preliminary Report of the UK Committee on Corporate Governance chaired by Sir Ronald Hampel

Summarises the preliminary report of Great Britain's Committee on Corporate Governance chaired by Sir Ronald Hampel, dated August 1997.

The Greenbury Report - directorship in the United Kingdom

Discusses the recommendations of the Greenbury Report regarding executive remuneration packages.

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