Seminar

Seminar 'Remuneration and annual reporting'

Seminar 'Remuneration and annual reporting'

Seminar 'Remuneration and annual reporting'

07.09.2018 NL law

On 7 September 2018, Stibbe in Amsterdam will host a client seminar about remuneration and annual reporting.

The seminar will also focus on the evaluation report of the Act on Remuneration Policies of Financial Undertakings (Wet beloningsbeleid financiële ondernemingen - Wbfo) and the proposed measures that are subject to a public consultation (which ends on 31 August), and the progress with regard to Klaver's legislative proposal for changing the Financial Supervision Act (Wet financieel toezicht - Wft).

Annual reporting and remuneration

Most financial institutions have recently published their 2017 annual reports which traditionally focus on remuneration. During this seminar, we will discuss the "remuneration reporting puzzle" and the various applicable laws and regulations that apply. The role of the external auditor in this respect will also be discussed.

This seminar is for Stibbe clients only. For more information about remuneration in general please contact us.

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