UK Quoted Companies With More Than 250 UK Employees to Report Pay Ratio Information From 2020

    View Author June 2018

    As part of a wider initiative on corporate governance reporting, and in a move intended to hold larger companies to account for the salaries that they pay, the UK government has published draft regulations which include a requirement for UK quoted companies with more than 250 UK-based employees to disclose annually the gap (“pay ratio”) between their chief executive offcer’s (CEO) total remuneration and their median employee’s full-time equivalent (FTE) pay and benefits.