Directors, investors diverge on executive pay

Directors and investors remain divided on the impact of say-on-pay voting

There are many key areas in which corporate directors and institutional investors may not always agree. Two of them are the degree of alignment between company performance and strategy and whether executive pay levels are too high.

The two groups actually agree that the U.S. executive pay model has improved over the past five years, but remain divided on the impact of say-on-pay voting, according to a new study by Towers Watson and Alliance Advisors, a proxy solicitation firm.

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