Month: Apr 2020

Executive incentive structure

Recent articles in the media on share-based payments structures in listed entities

It apparent that many listed companies are struggling with their executive incentive structures and strategies. The disillusionment created by these structures is creating more harm than good. Below is a selection of companies who require assistance with their remuneration structures.   Apart from the conflict of interest issue, Old Mutual has another hot potato involving Peter …

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Published articles on share incentives

Media coverage on Share Incentive Structures and ‘Long Term’ Remuneration

With recent volatility brought about by Covid-19, companies will likely re-enter a new era of innovation and learning. Here is a selection of recent articles on executive remuneration, with specific focus on share-based payments and the alignment of management with the shareholders of a company. Governance of executive share schemes and ‘skin in the game’ …

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Remuneration contract

Webinar on Share Incentives

Share incentive scheme have been the most important means of motivating and retaining management within companies. In the current economic climate, it is likely that many more companies will realise that their current remuneration and incentive plans are no longer appropriate. This is likely to result in a dramatic shift in executive remuneration strategies and structures, both here in South Africa and internationally.

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