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  • Survey Research Results
    Our 2015 report – the third we have published – summarises key pay trends, recent corporate governance developments and an analysis of CEO remuneration levels, incentive design practices and emerging remuneration trends in the Eurotop 100.
  • Survey Research Results
    Results of the 2014/15 GCC Executive Compensation survey on the components of executive pay: Basic salary, regular allowances, annual bonus and long term incentives.
  • Secondary Research
    Towers Watson's view on the CFA's recently published report examining the effectiveness of the pay arrangements of CEOs in large UK companies.
  • Survey Research Results
    This infographic compares and contrasts the structure and design of M&A retention agreements for senior leaders vs. other employees.
  • Survey Research Results
    Findings from the 2014 M&A Retention Study compare retention practices of Southeast Asia employers to their global peers.
  • Survey Research Results
    Towers Watson’s 2014 Global M&A Retention Study provides insights into employee retention tactics companies employ during a transaction.
  • Survey Research Results
    Our 2014 report on CEO pay in the Eurotop 100 explores the insights, similarities and differences in executive pay across Europe, and related executive compensation issues.
  • Survey Research Results
    Towers Watson’s 2013 Survey of Executive Retirement Benefit Practices report provides an overview of the current environment for executive retirement plans.
  • Survey Research Results
    Top pay in quoted companies all over Europe is subject to increasing institutional investor and public scrutiny. Legislators and regulators have been active in many jurisdictions and are intervening in the determination, disclosure and voting regimes on pay not just at the top.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    A new proposal approved today by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by a 3 – 2 vote will require companies to disclose the ratio between the pay of their chief executive and the median for all other employees.
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