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Executive Compensation

Executive Compensation

Navigate the complexities of executive rewards and corporate governance with ease and confidence

A Sound Foundation

Against a backdrop of increased stakeholder scrutiny and pressure to look at attraction and retention strategies beyond pay, you need trusted advisors for today's rapidly changing world. Mercer is a trusted advisor to many esteemed public- and private-companies to help companies navigate the complexities of executive rewards and corporate governance which include:

How much, and how, should CEOs be paid? Should shares be used to remunerate employees and directors? What kind of demands regulators, shareholders and other stakeholders place on pay decisions and disclosures?

Mercer Singapore is also a partner of The Singapore Institute of Directors (SID) which collaborates with SID and a panel of leading practitioners and professionals to produce The Remuneration Committee Guide. It is part of a series of Corporate Governance Guides that covers Board and Board Committees. It is producted by the Singapore Institue of Directors with the support of the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and the Singapore Exchange Limited.

Mercer's executive compensation and rewards advisory services are founded on:

  • A collaborative approach: Our consultants use their knowledge and experience to provide advice and counsel, not just data.
  • Multiple viewpoints: We consider shareholder, board member, company, and employee perspectives while reflecting both external and competitive realities.
  • Market data: We utilize executive market data from all relevant sources to meet your needs and custom design survey instruments and analytics on specific issues. Our information solutions for executive remuneration combine Mercer compensation survey data for executive positions.
  • Objectivity: We have established global business standards to manage potential conflicts of interest inherent in advising boards of directors and management on executive rewards issues.
14%


of companies chose not to disclose executive compensation data1

   1. State of Remuneration Governance and Disclosures in the SGX Top 100, 2018
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