Towards Responsible Remuneration at WEF of Davos
CEOs and board members are increasingly expected to lead the change and contribute to a more sustainable economy. This requires making different corporate decisions. Few levers are more effective at guiding a corporation’s behaviour than the financial incentives offered to its CEO and other executives. With corporate activities impacting billions of lives, executive remuneration has a critical role to play in the transition to a sustainable economy. The alignment of purpose, practice, profit, and pay is a key contributor to the change for good. Global principles of responsible remuneration will support businesses to accelerate change.
To this end, and to advance the UN Global Compact SDGs, Reward Value together with InTent is launching the Principles of Responsible Remuneration (PRR). Information on the principles and how companies can activate them will be shared during the event.
Frederic Barge, Managing Director, Reward Value, The Netherlands
Sanda Ojiambo, Assistant Secretary-General to UN and CEO of UN Global Compact
– Patrick de Cambourg, Chair of the EFRAG Sustainability Reporting Board
– Martha Cook, Partner, Ernst&Young People Advisory Services
– Colin Mayer, Professor Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
– Bruno Roche, Founder and Executive Director, Economics of Mutuality Platform
– Katharine Savage, Partner, Ernst&Young People Advisory Services
– Julie Linn Teigland, Area Managing Partner, Ernst&Young