Church Investors to Vote as a Bloc in UK

PIRC Alerts reports that the UK Church Investors Group (CIG) issued a report on executive pay saying that a ratio between the pay of the top executive and that of the average pay of the lowest 10% of employees in excess of 75 times would be hard to justify. They’ve adopted a common framework.  PIRC will provide research and voting advice on group members’ holdings in the FTSE100. In practice this will mean that members participating in the initiative will be able to adopt the same voting stance, making the CIG an important new shareholder voting bloc in the UK’s capital markets.

PIRC also reports, the average vote against a remuneration report at a UK-listed company last year was 17.28%. That compares to a figure for 2008 of 3.2%. If you would like a copy of the 2010 UK Shareholder Voting Guidelines, please contact Janice Hayward on [email protected] or phone 020 7392 7894.

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