Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas has accepted an invitation to sit on the advisory board of the High Pay Centre.
The new centre is a follow-on project from the High Pay Commission, which helped bring the stratospheric salary packages of some top company executives under closer scrutiny.
The High Pay Centre will continue to look at rewards at the top, but will also branch out to focus on other key issues around accountability and transparency at the top of big business.
You can find the full list of advisory board members here.
Caroline said: “I am delighted to accept the kind invite from the High Pay Centre to join its advisory board and play a role in exploring ways to make high pay fairer.
“As the gulf between rich and poor increases, people want to see big businesses being held to account over disproportionate remuneration packages and the lack of transparency around pay policy. “I look forward to working with HPC to think about how we make this happen.”
The High Pay Centre is an independent non-party think tank established to monitor pay at the top of the income distribution and set out a road map towards better business and economic success.
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