This report provides a final update for the 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) season on key pay developments this year. It also sets out an overview of executive and non-executive director market data for companies in the FTSE 250.
We examine trends in policy changes and the driving forces behind these developments.
What were the main areas of contention when it came to proxy agency recommendations?
The change in median AGM voting out-turns and the proportion of companies receiving different levels of support.
Our report considers issues, both topical and evergreen, for companies to consider as they plan for tabling revised remuneration policies next season.
This section examines market data in the following areas:
This section details the fee levels paid to non-executive directors in the FTSE 101-150, FTSE 151-350 and overall FTSE 250. The Chairman is typically paid an all-inclusive fee for all responsibilities, based on company size, time commitment and role responsibilities. Non-executive directors are typically paid a base fee for Board membership, with additional fees for other responsibilities such as chairing a Board Committee.
|Remuneration in FTSE 250 companies – 2022 report