Published on 02 Nov 06
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
In the current climate of regulation and disclosure, public companies must balance their compliance obligations with remuneration packages which attract and retain key talent. This is particularly evident in Perth where the resources sector is currently experiencing a major boom. Accordingly, companies must ensure their executives are rewarded appropriately and competitively in the market, while also meeting the requirements of their other stakeholders. This paper sets out some of the current trends we are seeing in the executive remuneration landscape in Australia.
Blythe is a manager in the Tax & Legal group at PricewaterhouseCoopers, is a qualified CA and has worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers for eight years. Blythe has worked with a wide range of clients at all levels of employees including CEOs and CFOs of multinational companies. Her specialty is individual taxes and advises clients on their employment matters such as remuneration structuring, taxation of equity plans, superannuation, employment contracts, PAYG and international tax matters.
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05 November 2010