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Why sound executive pay principles matter for investors

The way executives are remunerated is not only critical to the long-term outcomes of a business but also integral to creating and driving shareholder value. During a recent Zoom webinar, Allan Gray Botswana portfolio manager, Tapologo Motshubi, was joined by Matt Orsagh, senior director of capital markets policy at the CFA Institute, Gulaam Abdoola, managing director of Turnstar Holdings, and Duncan Majinda, chief executive officer at the Botswana Accountancy Oversight Authority, to discuss optimum executive remuneration structures companies can put in place and principles that can be followed to create better alignment between executive pay and investor interests. Watch the 62-minute recording below.

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