- April 20, 2019
2019 MM&K Private Equity / Venture Capital Breakfast Seminar
In early April, MM&K held a PE/VC Breakfast Seminar for the participants in its last three PE/VC Compensation Surveys. At the seminar the 2018 Landscape of the Private Equity / Venture Capital industry was discussed. We also discussed the outlook on what 2019 may hold for the industry.
Prior to the event, MM&K organised a 2019 Pulse Survey, that was sent out to all of the invitees to the seminar, to get a picture of the most up-to-date Remuneration and Staffing trends in the UK and European PE/VC industries. Also, some of the interesting insights and findings from the 2018 MM&K PE/VC Compensation Survey were presented to compare with the results of the 2019 Pulse Survey.
The event opened with a networking opportunity for all the attendees and closed with a vocal Q&A session.
2019 MM&K Private Equity / Venture Capital Pulse SurveyThis short Pulse Survey focuses on the most recent developments in the UK and European Private Equity / Venture Capital industry. The Pulse Survey is run for the benefit of MM&K’s PE/VC Compensation Survey participants, and provides them with an outlook on the most up-to-date trends in compensation and staffing levels in the PE/VC industry.
91% of participating houses indicated a salary increase across all of their professionals at their most recent review date. However, only 15% indicated increases in bonus levels for their investment professionals (over 2018).
About 70% of the participants indicated they focused on selected groups of staff when determining bonuses for last year’s performance. 86% of firms expect an increase in the number of investment professionals in 2019.
All in all, there remains perhaps a surprisingly high level of confidence in the industry, which is encouraging to see.
If you are working in a Private Equity / Infrastructure / Venture Capital House and you believe that your firm might like to participate, please contact Margarita Skripina or request your questionnaire here.
- February 26, 2019
MM&K recently held one of its regular Remuneration Dinners for CEOs and Non-Executive directors.
Please click here to read an overview of the evening in which the theme for discussion was: “Could Remuneration Committees take a more active approach to gaining the high ground on executive pay?
- June 12, 2018
Please click here for the notes from our 11 June 2018 MM&K Remuneration Dinner for Chairmen, CEO’s and Remuneration Committee Chairs.
The theme for discussion was: “Bonus plans and how to make them better”
- March 20, 2018
Please click here for the notes from our 19 March 2018 MM&K Remuneration Dinner for Chairmen, CEO’s and Remuneration Committee Chairs.
The theme for discussion was: “The Evolution of the Remuneration Committee, impact of proposed changes to the UK Corporate Governance Code”
- December 22, 2017
MM&K recently held one of its regular Remuneration Dinners for CEOs and Non-Executive directors. Please click here to read an overview of the evening in which the theme for discussion was: “The direction of travel of remuneration governance in the UK and what the regulatory environment might look like in 5 years’ time”.
- September 21, 2017
Damien Knight will be speaking at the ESOP centre British Isles symposium in London on 16th and 17th November. Damien will be delivering a paper called Top pay – the facts. More details can be found here http://www.esopcentre.com/wp-content/uploads/dlm_uploads/2017/07/BI-symposium-2017-brochure-9.pdf
- September 20, 2017
Stuart James, Associate Director will be speaking on “The future of executive pay and corporate governance for listed and private companies” at the ProShare conference on Tuesday, 3 October 2017. Click here to find out more and book a place http://proshare.libf.ac.uk/events/annual-conference-2017
- March 19, 2017
Please click here for the notes from our 29 June MM&K Remuneration Dinner for Chairmen, CEO’s and Remuneration Committee Chairs.
- March 6, 2017
MM&K regularly hosts dinners for Chairmen, Remuneration Committee Chairs and Chief Executives. The question for discussion at the March dinner was: Corporate Governance Reform – has intervention by Government and other “interested parties” taken a step too far? Please click here for a record of the discussion.
- May 17, 2016