We could learn much from the private sector on pay

November 2013
Third Sector;11/19/2013, Issue 777, p19
Trade Publication
The article discusses lessons that the charity sector could learn from the private sector about executive pay and financial reporting. It states the guiding principle of the UK Corporate Governance Code and suggests its relevance to the voluntary and community sector with respect to managing relationship between chief executive and trustees. It mentions the policy under the Companies Act and regulations and the compensation rule proposed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).


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