Vlerick Business School’s Executive Remuneration Research Centre is internationally recognised for its yearly study on executive remuneration throughout Europe. In this year’s edition, the sample has been extended further by also including FTSE 250 firms, bringing the total number of observations to 869.
The brand new findings of this (yearly) study will be presented during the Executive Remuneration Conference, organised by Vlerick Business School’s Executive Remuneration Research Centre and GUBERNA. On top of reporting the new data and evolutions in it, special attention will be attributed to actual topics such as pay ratios, the link between performance and pay, and the Shareholder Rights Directive.
Don’t miss out on the chance to broaden your network, to enrich your knowledge, and subscribe for the Vlerick Executive Remuneration Conference on 5 December at Vlerick Campus Brussels.
Executive Remuneration: evidence from listed firms throughout Europe with specific focus on:
Xavier Baeten, Professor Reward & Sustainability, Vlerick Business School
Keynote: Executive remuneration seen from two key European perspectives: the Shareholder Rights Directive and the transition towards sustainable finance
Zsofia Kerecsen, Policy Officer Corporate law and Governance Unit, DG Justice, European Commission
Deep-dive into the implications of the SRD on executive remuneration’s 3Ds – a focus on Belgium and The Netherlands
Led by Jan Van Gysegem, Attorney-Partner, Claeys & Engels Law Firm
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Price: €395 - reductions for:
- Member of GUBERNA (€237)
- Partner of GUBERNA (€0)
- Member/Partner of the Centre for Excellence in Strategic Rewards (€237)
- Member/Partner of the Executive Remuneration Research Centre (€0)
The price includes the report with the results of the yearly research on executive remuneration throughout Europe.
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