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Remuneration committee ebooks

eBooks and eBook chapters on the executive pay issues and the remuneration committee


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The board structure and its committees

Chapter 3 deals with the structure of the board, its governance role and responsibilities. It also gives brief overviews of the different types of board committees, including the: audit committee; nomination committee; remuneration committee; and risk committees. These are dealt with in more detail in later chapters.

Executive directors

Chapter 12 - The role of the executive director, chief executive and finance director are outlined as well as director remuneration and the roles and responsibilities of the remuneration committee. Pay, pensions and other benefits, disclosure requirements, contracts and severance are also covered.

Unsolved governance problem: performance measurement and executive pay

This title provides comprehensive, expert-led coverage of all aspects of corporate governance for public, nonprofit, and private boards. This section comprises five chapters on the subject of executive remuneration, the remuneration committee and performance measurement and incentives.

The remuneration committee

An essential source of reference and route map for the position of Non-executive director. Contains case studies and checklists throughout. Chapter 7 of the handbook covers the role and work of the remuneration committee and contains a Checklist for the remuneration committee.

Employee share schemes

Employee share ownership can help increase levels of employee engagement and lead to better business performance. This eBook provides guidance on the various employee share schemes and looks at issues such as accounting treatment, tax relief and reporting obligations.

Directors' remuneration

This guide provides an overview of the existing legislation and regulatory regime relating to directors' remuneration for both private and quoted companies in the UK. It also examines the development of corporate governance influences on executive remuneration and considers some of the proposed legislative and regulatory reforms following the banking crisis and heightened shareholder reaction to excessive remuneration policies.

Directors' remuneration

A user-friendly guide to governance compliance for corporate accountants. Chapter 7 looks at directors' remuneration in detail, including composition, duties, terms of reference and chairmanship of the remuneration committee, developing a remuneration policy, remuneration for non-executive directors and disclosures.

Model terms of reference for a remuneration committee

An introduction to governance for directors and executives. Appendix 5 contains Model terms of reference for a remuneration committee

Directors' remuneration

An introduction to governance for directors and executives. Chapter 10 looks at directors' remuneration, including the statutory and non-statutory frameworks.


Guide to the duties of modern finance directors. Chapter 23 looks at remuneration in general: remuneration planning; flexible benefit schemes; bonus and other incentive schemes; share-based remuneration; and company cars and directors' remuneration. Covers director's remuneration specifically in all companies, quoted companies and unquoted companies and includes a 'Directors's remuneration report checklist'.

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