Over 100 FTSE Boards warned investor revolts will be shared on public register

Over 100 FTSE Boards warned investor revolts will be shared on public register

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The Investment Association (IA) – the trade body for Britain’s fund management industry – is cracking down on firms' corporate Governance issues such as executive pay.

More than 100 London-listed firms that recorded at least a fifth of shareholders opposing resolutions at their annual general meetings, will be on the Government-backed public register, including Burberry, AstraZeneca, Pearson and Entertainment One, who have all experienced shareholder revolts as of recent.

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