Call to curb FTSE ‘boys’ club’ as top bosses' pay soars by 10%

British boardrooms have been dubbed “a boys’ club” dominated by male FTSE 100 chiefs on huge pay packets by Ann Francke, chief executive of the Chartered Management Institute. 

Peter Swabey, head of policy and research at the ICSA, the governance institute, said: “The problem with corporate pay is that it has become so over-complex and the responsibility is being placed on institutional investors to control pay when their focus is more on performance. It is not really their job to control pay.” Read more...

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