October 9th 2012
PARC Summary: Long Term Incentives – Where Should We Take Them?
The launch of our research report ‘Long-Term Incentives: where should we take them?’ brought together the latest views of consultants, shareholders, academics and PARC members to provide a comprehensive overview of LTIs.
Kevin Abbott and Nigel Turner (PARC) welcomed Hilary Oliver of HSBC and Des Pullen of Associated British Foods who explained the context, issues and insights from their firms’ approaches to LTIs.
Attended by some of the consultants, academics and institutional investors who contributed to our research, the highly-topical meeting allowed for plenty of discussion and reflection from the floor.
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