Measures to curb executive pay have flopped, says thinktank

In five years no salary package at a FTSE 100 company has been rejected by shareholders

Government measures to tackle excessive executive pay in the UK have flopped, according to new research from a thinktank.

Between 2014 and 2018 – the first five full years of the attempted clampdown – every pay policy put to an annual meeting of a FTSE 100 company was approved by shareholders, the High Pay Centre has reported.

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