Executive pay has become an increasingly contentious issue in the last few years. Compensation has reached record levels since the financial crisis, triggering a backlash from investors and the public alike. With shareholders having more say on this issue than ever before, companies have been forced to reevaluate and in some cases overhaul existing executive pay schemes in response to external pressure. To find out how the executive compensation landscape is evolving, Toppan Merrill commissioned Mergermarket to survey corporate respondents in North.
Mergermarket is pleased to present Australian renewable energy investment trends and outlook, published in association with MinterEllison. Australia’s renewable energy sector is set to boom in the year ahead and global investors are waking up to the market’s abundant opportunities. Yet, while all signs point to a bright future as new rewards await renewable energy investors, a question arises: Where now for Australian renewables, and what opportunities – and challenges – lie ahead? This report explores Australia’s many advantages.
The years since the financial crisis have seen alternative assets rise in popularity among institutional investors. In an era of historically low interest rates and volatile public markets, the world’s pension funds, insurance companies, endowments, foundations and other investors have sought enhanced returns and a shelter from volatility through their alternatives allocations. Canadian investors, among the most sophisticated globally, have been no exception. To better understand Canadian investors’ current alternatives strategies and future plans,.