UK Investors Prepare Tougher Scrutiny Of Executive Pay

Law360, London (November 5, 2019, 3:14 PM GMT) -- Britain's publicly listed companies should prepare for harsher scrutiny on the pay packets they hand to top executives as they go into the 2020 reporting season and should be able to demonstrate a strong link between pay and performance, a group representing investors said Tuesday.

The Investment Association, a trade body representing investors and investment managers, called on companies listed on the FTSE 350 to show a clear link between executives' performance and their pay when the Annual General Meeting season begins in 2020.

The lobby group wrote to FTSE 350 companies — the top firms listed on the London Stock Exchange —...

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