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Standard Life & SJP make Fidelity FTSE 100 pay white list
by Dylan Lobo on Jul 04, 2014 at 08:20
Rossi noted that at start of 2013 only four FTSE 100 companies had a minimum LTIP share retention period of five years, with a further a 13 companies having a minimum retention of between three and five years.
'This experience has highlighted that votes matter and changes can be made. In a relatively short period of time, almost half of the FTSE 100 has broken away from the standard three-year LTIP model, which has prevailed for so long,' Rossi said.
'This progress should only encourage all shareholders to use their new powers to the fullest extent.'
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