IR Seminar - Remuneration with Stephen Cahill, Vice Chairman, Deloitte
A changing political climate and proposed new measures as part of the UK Corporate Governance Code reform cannot be ignored as shareholders continue to question excessive remuneration. In recent times there have been a number of high-profile shareholder rebellions over executive pay packages, putting increased pressure on UK boards to provide greater transparency and align corporate pay. How can companies act in the best interests of all stakeholders? And what can companies do to be better prepared and how should they communicate any additional information? This seminar will consider how companies are responding to government proposals around the corporate pay structure and what shareholders are looking for to achieve long-term value creation.
We're delighted to welcome Stephen Cahill, Vice Chairman, Deloitte to discuss all of the above in what's sure to be a very informative seminar.
Stephen joined Deloitte UK as a Partner in November 2008. He has nearly 20 years’ experience in advising companies on compensation strategy and equity incentives, having previously been head of executive compensation and leader of Mercer’s human capital business in Western Europe.
Stephen has extensive experience of advising companies in the UK, Ireland, US and Asia on all aspects of executive remuneration, including total compensation reviews, long term incentive design and consultation with institutional investors. Stephen has recently provided advice to a number of high profile FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 clients. Stephen is a qualified actuary and a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries and the Society of Actuaries in Ireland.
to 10.00am Wednesday 2 May, 2018
- Georgeson, Moor House, 120 London Wall, 3rd floor, London EC2Y 5ET