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Mapping the manifestos 2017—executive pay and share incentives

Mapping the manifestos 2017—executive pay and share incentives
Published on: 31 May 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Mapping the manifestos 2017—executive pay and share incentives
  • Why are the party political manifestos addressing specific proposals on pay and share incentives for this election?
  • What are the main pay and incentive-related proposals in the Conservative Party’s manifesto?
  • Do you see any issues with any of the Conservative Party’s proposals?
  • What are the main pay and incentive related proposals in the Labour Party’s manifesto?
  • Do you see any issues with any of the Labour Party’s proposals?
  • Could you explain how Labour’s proposals might impose an effective rate of at least 50% on all income over £100,002?
  • What are the main pay and incentive related proposals in the Liberal Democrats’ manifesto?
  • Do you see any issues with the Liberal Democrats proposals?
  • What would you pick out as the key differences between the approaches of the three parties?

Article summary

Share Incentives analysis: The level and rate of increase of top executives’ rewards, including their share incentives, had become a political hot topic even before the announcement of a snap general election. Graeme Standen, senior know-how lawyer in Pinsent Mason’s employment and reward team, assesses proposals relevant to remuneration and share incentives in the main party manifestos. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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