The Central Bank has stated its intention to consider mandatory disclosure by joint stock companies information about remuneration, who gets their top management. However, the regulator sees potential danger in this kind of openness.
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As reported by “Vedomosti” on the one hand, the Central Bank considers that the disclosure will benefit investors who can adequately evaluate the investments of their money. In addition, Russia will rise in the ranking of Doing Business, and themselves state-owned companies will become more transparent.
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However, finds of the Central Bank and significant disadvantages: in particular, the increasing “social tension” in that case, if citizens know exactly how much receive certain executives. In addition, against the disclosure of information are they also talking about the growing “criminal risks”.
At the moment the company is officially obliged to report only about how much money went to reward a particular control, no breakdown of this information for specific individuals.