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Allan Feinberg

Allan is a thought leader in remuneration, published writer, and co-author of the Remuneration and Reward Series. He has worked across many organisations and sectors that include mining and metals, construction, utilities and engineering and sectors.

Previously, Allan was the founder and Managing Director of AUSREM, a boutique remuneration consulting practice that was acquired by Mercer, the Pacific Region Business Leader for Mercer’s Resources and Energy Practice, and State Manager for Hay Group Western Australia.

It's Time for a Fee Correction

BDO’s latest edition of the Explorer Quarterly Cash Update reflects that total exploration expenditure increased by 16% for the quarter ended September 2017, marking the largest exhibited increase in

The Private Company Pay Controversy

 Many private company executives are envious of the equity incentives received by their peers in listed companies, referencing individuals that ‘cashed out big’ for just doing their job.

Low Pay-No Way!

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Good Remuneration is in the Mix

The seemingly biggest issue with executive pay relates to the tenuous link between pay and performance, and the resultant quantum of pay received.

50 Fewer Shades of Remuneration

Over the past 18 months we have seen companies slash costs; reduce head counts and lower salaries. Some of the questions now being asked are:

Is Good Pay Governance Applicable to NED’s?

In this article, we share lessons learnt on factors to consider when setting Non-Executive Directors (NED’s) pay, and propose a transparent approach in defining competitive and defensible remuneration

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Favourite Quotation: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” ~ Albert Einstein

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50 Fewer Shades of Remuneration

Over the past 18 months we have seen companies slash costs; reduce head counts and lower salaries. Some of the questions now being asked are:

It's Time for a Fee Correction

BDO’s latest edition of the Explorer Quarterly Cash Update reflects that total exploration expenditure increased by 16% for the quarter ended September 2017, marking the largest exhibited increase in

The Private Company Pay Controversy

 Many private company executives are envious of the equity incentives received by their peers in listed companies, referencing individuals that ‘cashed out big’ for just doing their job.

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Good Remuneration is in the Mix

The seemingly biggest issue with executive pay relates to the tenuous link between pay and performance, and the resultant quantum of pay received.