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Legislating for directors' pay

Richard Curran, partner, LK Shields Solicitors.

8th September, 2012
Richard Curran, partner at LK Shields Solicitors. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Richard Curran is a partner at Dublin-based corporate and commercial law firm LK Shields Solicitors, practising in the areas of project finance, corporate finance and banking. He talked to The Sunday Business Post about how Irish corporate governance needs to be modernised and how much say shareholders should have on directors' pay.


In Britain, shareholders have what is referred to as a 'say on pay', as they have the right to vote on the directors'...

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