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In the face of further future regulation, post-pandemic pay bounce backs and increasing shifts to match Exec Rem to ESG targets, executive reward teams and RemCos need to be up to speed on what executive compensation structures will play well and what will attract the scorn of investors, the media and their own employees.
The panel will share what they foresee institutional investors and proxy advisors saying about the make up of executive pay: from the balance between long and short-term incentives, through to calls for clawbacks. They will discuss the expected changes when the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) comes into play in 2024 for large companies.
In this webinar you will also hear from forward-thinking employers about the decisions and actions they are taking to reflect their own ESG targets within their executive reward strategies, what those targets are and how they are being measured.
Key areas to be explored
• Impact of the growing pressure to publicly report ESG targets
• Understanding what targets are being linked to ESG by companies
• Shifts in incentives targets: long-term versus short-term
• Dealing with post-pandemic pay bounce backs, opposition votes and calls for clawbacks
• Reporting ESG in Balance Sheets: what is measurable?
• Preparing for the 2024 Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)
• Ensuring ExecRem decisions do not breach equal pay or other discrimination legislation
Thanks to strategic partner Diligent for supporting this REBA webinar.
VP, Editorial, Diligent
Josh Black is vice president, editorial at Diligent and the editor-in-chief of Insightia, a Diligent a financial news and data company focused on shareholder activism, proxy voting, compensation, and corporate governance. In that role he leads a team of reporters and multimedia journalists.
Based in New York City, Josh is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and an expert for the media. His weekly newsletter on developments in shareholder activism, as well as Insightia’s monthly magazine and frequent special reports, are among the most widely read analyses of what is happening in these exciting areas of the investment world.
Head of Executive Remuneration, Legal & General
Andrew has over 25 years experience working in reward, the last 11 years of which have been spent working for Legal & General. During this time he has had a range of reward responsibilities across all parts of the Group and prior to taking on the role as Head of Executive Remuneration was Head of Reward for the Investment Management, Retirement and Capital divisions.
Prior to joining Legal & General, Andrew worked as a consultant advising a range of organisations across sectors on a broad range of reward issues, including advising on short and long term incentive design and executive pay for a range of listed and private companies.
Statutory Reporting Lead, Natwest
Peter McDonald plays a leading role in the Remuneration Team at NatWest, including ESG elements, defining organisational goals, performance management and reporting, group-wide bonus pool determination and Board committee management.
Peter has had varied roles across HR in his career, and now focusses on working across the control functions at the highest level, ensuring goals are aligned to the overall Natwest Strategy, linked with rewards to achieve these goals, and measurements in place to review this effectively.