International guide on executive compensation and employee benefits — Singapore
International guide on executive compensation and employee benefits — Singapore

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  • International guide on executive compensation and employee benefits — Singapore
  • The questions raised in the guide

International guide on executive compensation and employee benefits — Singapore

The international guide on executive compensation and employee benefits for Singapore is presented in a Q&A format. The questions are set out below. The guide can be accessed by clicking on the hyperlink immediately below:

The questions raised in the guide

  1. Provide an overview of the primary sources of law, regulation and practice that govern or affect executive compensation arrangements or employee benefits.

  2. What are the primary government agencies or other entities responsible for enforcing these rules?

  3. Are any types of compensation or benefits generally subject to specific corporate governance requirements or approval by shareholders or government?

  4. Under what circumstances does the establishment or change of an executive compensation or benefit arrangement generally require consultation with a union, works council or similar body?

  5. Are any types of compensation or benefit arrangements prohibited either generally or with senior management?

  6. Must any aspects of an executive’s compensation be publicly disclosed or disclosed to the government?

  7. Are employment agreements required or prevalent? If so, what provisions are common?

  8. What are the prevalent types and structures of incentive compensation? Do they vary by level or type of organisation?

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