Executive pay: review of FTSE 100 executive pay packages

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Shand, Louisa; Kalinina, Elena; Patel, Katherine
High Pay Centre
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3 August 2017
People management: all aspects of managing people
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This is the High Pay Centre’s joint annual survey (with the CIPD) of the state of top pay in the FTSE 100.

Despite the growth in the stock market over the past 12 months, remuneration for FTSE 100 chief executives fell in the financial year to 2016 compared with 2015.

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