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Will Singapore shareholders get their say on pay?

It's an inevitable development for local market but, when it comes, it has to be managed carefully: global advisory firm

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Kevin Ong (left) says Singapore's comply-or-explain approach leaves much to be desired; on whether Singapore should adopt Say-on-Pay, Mark Reid says "you're probably five to 10 years away from needing it".

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SINGAPORE investors could soon have a greater say on how much the executives of listed companies here get paid; but whether this is necessarily a good thing remains to be seen.

Global advisory firm Willis Towers Watson believes that Say-On-Pay is an inevitable development