Why shareholders are nailing all big banks on executive pay votes

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Shareholders voted against executive pay in all the big banks who've recently held their AGMs.
Shareholders voted against executive pay in all the big banks who've recently held their AGMs.
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Shareholders in major banks are taking a hard line on executive pay. In the past week, Capitec, Nedbank and Standard Bank saw more than a quarter of shareholders shoot down either their remuneration policies or the remuneration implementation reports at the annual general meetings (AGMs).

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