Greenbury report
This report, published in July 1995, made several recommendations relating to directors' remuneration and, in particular, its disclosure in company annual reports. As a result of the report, the Listing Rules were amended to require full disclosure of directors' remuneration including pension entitlements, shareholder approval of long term incentive plans and a statement of compliance with the section of the Combined Code dealing with remuneration.
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