Pensions and the People (April 2009)

by Thomas A. Dubbs

April 01, 2009

So with public sentiment so united on this issue, pension schemes should really be actively seeking executive compensation reforms

Shareholders have long been concerned about excessive executive compensation and with the current climate resulting in a number of government bailouts, politicians, regulators, and an outraged public on both sides of the Atlantic have joined shareholders in their concern about financially unstable companies paying enormous bonuses.

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