Why over half of FTSE 100 firms now link executive pay to ESG goals

Michael Holder
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Analysis by PwC also shows over a quarter of top firms now have executive remunerations linked to decarbonisation efforts

Growing numbers of top UK firms are linking salaries and bonuses for their executive staff to the achievement of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals, with well over half of FTSE 100 companies...

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