RBS faces shareholder rebellion over chief executive’s pension

Investor groups raise red flags over CEO receiving annual payments worth 35% of salaryA shareholder rebellion is brewing before Royal Bank of Scotland’s annual general meeting as investor groups raise red flags over a pay policy that involves the chief…

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Jamie Dimon, spare us your crocodile tears about inequality | Robert Reich

If the CEO of JP Morgan really cared about American workers, he would put an end to corporate executives like him rigging the systemIf I may be so bold as to try to lure your attention away from Trump and Mueller for a moment, consider Jamie Dimon’s la…

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As government flounders, investors find a way to curb executive pay

An unlikely hero – the Investment Association – is wading into pension inequality with a simple, compelling propositionWhen the former Royal Bank of Scotland boss Fred Goodwin reluctantly agreed, in the wake of the bank’s collapse and nationalisation, …

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The welcome sight of banks rowing back on executive pensions | Nils Pratley

HSBC and Lloyds are showing the way, but it’s still one rule for bosses and another for staffAt HSBC and Lloyds in the past week, we’ve been treated to a rare sight: boards deciding not to defend the indefensible on executive pay. The issue has been ex…

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