Remuneration committee chairmen have a crucial role to play in improving corporate governance in the wake of the credit crunch.
What does REMCO stand for?
REMCO stands for Remuneration Committee (various organizations)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Mr McKeown said: "The remuneration committee comprised of various doctors and executive officers who would have held various executive positions within the Irish Medical Organisation.
The increases were agreed at a meeting of the Senior Remuneration Committee held on September 5 - yet on the weekly timetable sent out to all councillors in advance no reference was made to this meeting.
He had understood that Mr Parkin and the airport's remuneration committee were "as one" in relation to the matters in hand, said the solicitor.
A study of firms in the FTSE 100 found that of 366 people who sit on remuneration committees setting pay for top bosses, just 10% were not from business and only 16% were women.
THE Government has announced moves aimed at tackling the growing controversy over excessive boardroom pay, with proposals on greater transparency over pay deals, giving shareholders tougher powers and creating more diverse boards and remuneration committees.
Remuneration committees were struggling to stay independent, said report co-author and business consultancy MM and K.