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Pretium Incentive Practices Survey (2017)
Riding on the success of our long-term incentive (LTI) surveys in the past 4 years, Pretium is expanding the survey to cover both short-term and long-term incentives to provide a more holistic picture. The survey will provide creditable market practices about the latest incentive design in Greater China and Asia. This will enable companies to benchmark and tailor their incentive practices to balance competitiveness, retention and affordability.
Pretium Year-end Rewards & HR Trends Survey & Sharing Session
The Competition Ordinance has forbidden direct exchange of pay data between firms. The survey findings and sharing will provide the latest rewards and HR trends for preparing the year-end review and proactively plan ahead for 2017.
Pretium Benefits & Employment Conditions Study (2016)
The study will provide clients with credible data to understand the detailed employee benefit practices and emerging benefits trends to optimize HR planning in 2017.
Long-Term Incentive Practices Survey (2016)
Long-term Incentive Practices Report (2016) provided a comprehensive picture about the structure and key features of deferred bonus and additional long-term incentives plans among international and Asian firms. Riding on the success of the study in the past three years, this enables benchmark and design of LTI practices to serve the multi facets of partnership, alignment of interest, risk management and retention to enable business strategies.
Financial Industry General Industries
Timely Review for Fee Level and Structure of Independent Non-Executive Directors
Independent non-executive directors (INEDs) play a crucial part in the organization, with significant responsibilities in corporate governance and business expansion. Systematic benchmarking and review of INED fees could accurately reflect the increased responsibilities of INEDs, and help companies enhance talent attraction and retention. The study provides a market benchmarking analysis on INED fees of 50 Hang Seng Index Constituents Companies.
Pretium Year-end Rewards & HR Trends Study
With the dichotomy of the capital market in the first two and last two quarters of 2015, “Steering Through the Uncertainties” becomes the theme for Pretium Year-end Rewards & HR Trends Study – 2015. The Study shows that financial institutions are planning to increase salaries and pay half-year bonus in 2016, despite the tightened belts.
Pretium Benefits & Employment Conditions Study (2015)
The study will provide clients with granular market information on employee benefits as well as employment conditions of the financial services industry, helping firms understand the current and emerging benefits trends and optimize various terms and conditions of employment for HR planning.
Pretium Year-end Reward & Performance Trends Survey Report
Riding on the positive feedback from our study and event last year, Pretium cordially invites you to participate in our 2014 Year-end Reward & Performance Trends Survey for the financial services industry. The findings would help you better position your compensation strategy for the year-end review and articulate the forward-thinking outlook on business performance and compensation for the industry.
Hong Kong Benefits & Employment Conditions Study (2014)
The study results will provide credible benchmarking to understand the emerging benefits trends and optimize the various employment conditions for HR planning in 2015. This will help firms strategically balance cost and employee value of benefits for better talent attraction/retention.
CEO Compensation Review
The CEO Compensation Review analysed the compensation and financial performance data among 40 reputable international, regional and local universal banks from 2011 to 2013 performance year.
Strengthen Pay & Performance Alignment For Top Executives
Pretium’s Top Management Pay Practices Study – 2014 (“Pretium Study”) found that pay and performance alignment among major listed companies in Hong Kong and mainland China has been less stringent than their counterparts in London. Enabling executive pay to fluctuate meaningfully with company performance over time is critical to long-term business success and motivating senior executives.
Pretium Year-end Reward and Performance Trends Study Report (Asia Pacific Region)
The study was conducted in November 2013 to examine the reward and performance trends in Asia, including business performance expectations, expected salary review budget, bonus pool movements, headcount changes and reactions to global regulatory changes on compensation in 2013.
Pretium Global Banking Incentive Review Study Report - Sample Pages
The Study examined the key incentive features of 25 major banks across major financial hubs. The regions or countries include the United States (5 firms), United Kingdom / Europe (10 firms), Asia (10 firms).
Asset Management Regulatory Updates and Market Trends on Performance and Compensation - Sample Page