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Company pay policies and practices 

The Fair Reward Framework has been developed as a response to the long-standing debates around corporate pay, and what can be frequent tensions between companies, shareholders and wider stakeholders about who and what within a company contributes to creating value and how that is rewarded.

Convened initially by the Church of England Pensions Board and Brunel Pension Partnership, in partnership with the High Pay Centre, the Fair Reward Framework has been developed on behalf of and with the input of a group of UK Asset Owners, which also includes Friends Provident Foundation, Local Pensions Partnership Investments, Nest, Pension Protection Fund, People’s Partnership, Railpen, and Scottish Widows.

In its pilot year, 2024, the Fair Reward Framework (FRF) assesses the pay governance processes and reward outcomes of the UK's FTSE 100 companies. Stakeholders are invited to access the data and provide feedback on its usability, and in what ways or through expansion to what additional companies or markets its expansion could benefit the pursuit of fair reward.

At the point when the FRF expands beyond the FTSE100 you will be able to revisit your subscription to select specific jurisdictions and sectors.