The UK has implemented a mandatory gender pay reporting regime, which requires large employers (companies with 250 or more employees who work in or have a sufficiently close connection with the UK) to publish annual reports containing detailed data on their gender pay gap.
Recent developments impacting stock compensation in Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, India, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, the UAE, and the UK.
On December 9, 2010 the UK Government published draft legislation aimed at capturing what they described as “disguised remuneration”. These measures were principally intended to capture tax avoidance using, for example: employee trusts, where loans to employees are used to reduce tax on employment income (often known as Family Benefit Trusts (FBTs)) and funded unapproved pension schemes (often known as Employer-Financed Retirement Benefit Schemes (EFRBS)).
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