Executive Remuneration

Executive Remuneration

VIC
Oct 7
In an inquiry affecting many in the business community, the Productivity Commission is examining remuneration practices in Australia. The financial crisis has sparked renewed public and media interest in the packages paid to executives and directors.

Event overview

Executive Remuneration

VIC
Oct 07

In an inquiry affecting many in the business community, the Productivity Commission is examining remuneration practices in Australia. The financial crisis has sparked renewed public and media interest in the packages paid to executives and directors.

Speakers

 

 Public event
 07/10/2009
 Hilton on the Park, 192 Wellington Pde, Melbourne, VIC

 Government/Regulation
 Lunch

   

    


EVENT OVERVIEW

The issue poses several key questions for those awaiting the Commission's recommendations: 

  • can the framework governing remuneration practices be improved?
  • how important are accountability and transparency - particularly in response to excessive risk-taking? 
  • what should be the shareholders' role in remuneration setting and reporting?

CEDA welcomes the Productivity Commission's Gary Banks and Professor Allan Fels, to outline the Inquiry's draft report. They will be joined by a panel of expert commentators, to expand on this important debate.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Gary Banks AO, Chairman, Productivity Commission

Professor Allan Fels AO, Associate Commissioner, Productivity Commission

MEET THE COMMENTATORS

Helen Dent, Chairperson, Australian Shareholders' Association

This event is supported by MMC

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