Restrictions on the Remuneration of Executives in the Private Sector

The study examines the regulation that applies in western countries on the remuneration of senior executives in the private sector, and whether there are mechanisms that impose restrictions on certain pays. The study focused on the European Union, Germany, Britain, France, Switzerland, Singapore and the United States.

The study examined “negative incentive” mechanisms for the payment of excessive remunerations in the private sector, and in particular, restrictions on the deduction of wage payments for tax purposes. The study also referred to proposals on this topic, even if they were not eventually adopted. The study also discussed whether those restrictions referred to a particular sector or are applicable to all sectors as such.

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