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Going simplistic

Paul Jackson

Going simplistic

Mark Slater doesn’t like nil-cost options. Last December, he sent a letter to the chair of every remuneration committee in which his fund, Slater Investments, owns shares. Pay has got too complicated, he complained, so his fund would vote against any new remuneration scheme involving nil-cost options and against any report longer than two pages.

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