UK - Directors' pay in small cap companies has increased by 3.5% during the last 12 months, according to a survey released by the Institute of Directors.
Its survey of directors in UK companies outside the FTSE250, noted that the rise was “very much in line with the rest of the workforce” and only a little above inflation.
IoD director general George Cox said: “Directors’ salaries are always a subject of controversy, particularly when associated with news headlines about ‘fat cats’.
“These stories paint a distorted picture of the truth about directors’ earnings, as this report proves.”
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UK defined benefit (DB) schemes have increasingly undertaken benefit reviews over the last four years resulting in an acceleration of scheme closures, Aon research finds.
Contributions are no longer sufficient to meet regular payments for three-quarters of small- to medium- sized defined benefit (DB) schemes, Buck analysis finds.