Executive Compensation & Corporate Governance: Insights 2016

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Executive Compensation: Focus on Performance and Communication

Since 2007, managers’ pay at SMIM constituent companies has been closing the gap with the remuneration earned by executives at SMI companies; and it is outpacing the rate of increase at small caps. Share-based compensation is becoming a more important factor at large- and mid-cap enterprises. Variable compensation goes up if the company has performed well – and it decreases when the results are poor. Communication with shareholders has gained in significance. These are the findings of the study entitled “Executive Compensation & Corporate Governance: Insights 2016” conducted by PwC Switzerland.

Read the online version of the study here.

 

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Robert Kuipers

Robert Kuipers
PwC
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Robert is a Partner in the People and Organisation Consulting department in Zurich and is head of Consulting in Switzerland. He has more than 20 years’ working experience in the field of human resource advisory, specialising in corporate governance, reward and total compensation design.

He is a member of the PwC Global Reward Leadership team and a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences. In addition, he is a member of the PwC partner pension fund and of the investment committee. Robert is co-author of PwC Switzerland’s annual “Executive Compensation & Corporate Governance” survey .