The Hampel Committee was set up in November to review the implementation of the Cadbury and Greenbury recommendations. While the Cadbury Report was the first report to look into issues of corporate governance in the UK, the Greenbury Report focused specifically on the issue of executive remuneration. The Hampel Committee reported in January Introduction Following the publications of the Cadbury Report and the Greenbury Report in and respectively, a number of recommendations had been proposed to enhance good corporate governance, especially in relation to listed companies in the UK.
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