Ian Guider's Market Talk

Long-term incentive plans for top bosses may not be working as planned

19th March, 2017
Albert Manifold of CRH: the €10 million man Picture: Jason Clarke

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions cleverly-named report on the pay of top bosses last week raises some interesting questions. The report - Because We’re Worth It: The Truth About CEO Pay in Ireland - looks at the pay levels for the chief executives of some of the biggest stock market quoted companies and their counterparts in the semi-state sector.

The upshot of the report is that compensation for bosses has moved well...

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