directors' remuneration

  • 1 directors' remuneration — directors emoluments The amounts received by directors from their office or employment, including all salaries, fees, wages, perquisites, and other profit as well as certain expenses and benefits paid or provided by the employer, which are deemed …

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  • 2 directors' remuneration — directors emoluments The amounts received by directors from their office or employment, including all salaries, fees, wages, perquisites, and other profit as well as certain expenses and benefits paid or provided by the employer, which are deemed …

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  • 3 directors' emoluments — directors remuneration …

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  • 4 Directors' duties in the United Kingdom — bind anybody who is formally appointed to the board of directors of a UK company. Contents 1 Scope 2 Duty to act for proper purposes 3 Duty of care 4 …

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  • 5 remuneration — re‧mu‧ne‧ra‧tion [rɪˌmjuːnəˈreɪʆn] noun [countable, uncountable] formal HUMAN RESOURCES payment for work, especially in the form of a salary and additional benefits such as a car: • Trainees often did hard, boring work for little remuneration …

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  • 6 remuneration committee — A board committee whose delegated responsibilities may include setting the policy for the remuneration of the executive management, determining targets for performance related pay or share schemes and determining the total individual remuneration …

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  • 7 Directors Guild of Great Britain — The Directors Guild of Great Britain (DGGB) is a professional organization which represents directors across all media, including film, television, theatre, radio, opera, commercials, music videos, corporate film/video and training, documentaries …

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  • 8 remuneration committee — A committee of non executive directors who determine the company s policy on the remuneration of executive directors and the specific remuneration package for each director. Many such bodies were set up as a result of the Greenbury Report… …

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  • 9 remuneration committee — A committee of a *board of directors (or similar governing body) that oversees an organization’s *executive remuneration policy. Remuneration committees are often comprised of *outside directors to encourage independence and to minimize potential …

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  • 10 remuneration — [[t]rɪmju͟ːnəre͟ɪʃ(ə)n[/t]] remunerations N VAR Someone s remuneration is the amount of money that they are paid for the work that they do. [FORMAL] ...the continuing marked increase in the remuneration of the company s directors... $31,000 is a… …

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  • 11 remuneration committee — In UK public companies, a committee of non executive directors who decide the pay of executive directors. Many such bodies were set up as a result of the Greenbury Report of 1995 …

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  • 12 directors or higher-paid employees — Under UK tax law, a higher paid employee is defined as one earning more than £8500 per annum. This amount, which has remained unaltered since it was set in 1979, includes remuneration together with benefits and reimbursed expenses. An employer… …

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  • 13 directors or higher-paid employees — Under UK tax law, a higher paid employee is defined as one earning more than £8500 per annum. This amount, which has remained unaltered since it was set in 1979, includes remuneration together with benefits and reimbursed expenses. An employer… …

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  • 14 Companies' Remuneration Reports Bill — is a proposed United Kingdom Act of Parliament, which aims to amend the Companies Act 2006. It was moved from the House of Lords by Lord Gavron. A short piece of legislation, it proposes to add a new section 430A to the Companies Act 2006. The… …

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  • 15 executive remuneration — *Compensation paid to an organization’s *directors and senior *management. Levels of executive remuneration are a sensitive topic, and they are subject to *disclosure in financial statements under most systems of *Generally Accepted Accounting… …

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  • 16 board of directors — A group of *directors with ultimate responsibility for the *stewardship of an organization. Boards of directors have been described as inescapably, the centre of the (corporate) governance system (Cadbury, 2002, 33). Boards exercise their… …

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  • 17 UK Corporate Governance Code — The UK Corporate Governance Code 2010 (from here on referred to as the Code ) is a set of principles of good corporate governance aimed at companies listed on the London Stock Exchange. It is overseen by the Financial Reporting Council and its… …

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  • 18 Executive compensation — (also, director remuneration ) is how top executives of business corporations are paid. This includes a basic salary, bonuses, shares, options and other company benefits for work on the board of directors. Over the past three decades, director… …

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  • 19 Executive pay — is financial compensation received by an officer of a firm, often as a mixture of salary, bonuses, shares of and/or call options on the company stock, etc. Over the past three decades, executive pay has risen dramatically beyond the rising levels …

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  • 20 director — A person appointed to carry out the day to day management of a company. A public company must have at least two directors, a private company at least one. The directors of a company, collectively known as the board of directors, usually act… …

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