Company & Commercial

February 05 2018
Liz Pierson Carillion and the 'failure' of clawback

United Kingdom - Squire Patton Boggs

A press release by the Institute of Directors suggesting that in 2016 Carillion relaxed the clawback conditions that applied to bonuses has raised questions over remuneration governance. The change seems to have removed 'corporate failure' as a clawback or malus event, substituting conditions so that pay could be clawed back only in the event of a misstatement of financial results or gross misconduct of an individual.

Authors: Liz Pierson, Lawrence Green
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