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The new remuneration report — First impressions

Published on: 30 Jan 2014

This publication from Deloitte shares our first impressions of how companies are addressing the new Directors' Remuneration Report requirements.  It is based on the reports of 17 companies with a financial year ending on 30 September 2013, which were the first to have to comply with the new requirements.

The survey focuses on key areas where there has been discussion relating to the level of detail shareholders will expect to see, and how the information should best be presented to provide clarity and understanding. It highlights where we are seeing interesting differences in the way companies are choosing to structure the report, what information is being included and how it is presented.

Based on this it highlights aspects of the new disclosure regime where we believe companies should focus their attention and where a range of options may be considered.



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