Why bonus limit is slap in the face of ordinary workers

Promising that the bonus for the few (aka ''Executives') will in the future be limited to 200% of salary is a slap in the face of ordinary workers. This compensation Apartheid is not justified by any business rationale and can only continue with the tacit support of the major fiduciaries that manage our money, be the banks, insurance companies or fund managers. Time for the regulators or politics to intervene?
(25-March-2018)
Another Cop-out by Persimmon (Paywall)

Singapore Exchange - interests of shareholders neglected?

What do the ETF giants, index providers, proxy advisors and governance big-whigs have to say about this? Nothing will be the answer again. And if they are neglected, will they have the balls to call for a boycott?
https://www.bloomberg.com//news/articles/2018-03-12/in-pursuit-of-tech-ipos-singapore-bourse-is-said-to-ease-rules

Noble Paid Its Co-CEO $20 Million as Losses Hit $5 Billion

Institutional Investors again caught napping. The only way to stop excessive 'compensation' (for turning up in the morning?) is mandatory limits on executive pay. Shareholders must expressively approve any pay award each year, and they must consult their ultimate investors about their pay.
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(5-March-2018)

Noble Group pays Co-CEO $20 Million (Bloomberg)

2017: A wasted Year in Corporate Governance

When stories such as these feature prominently in the very first days of the New Year one can only despair about the ineffectiveness of the Corporate Governance Crowd - be it in the Media, Academia, Politics or the Investment Community.
The CEO of Intel clears out most of his share holdings when supposedly he should already be aware of a security flaw in his flagship product.
Some (and I guess a large percentage) of British CEO's earn more in three days than the average worker.
Call it lack of moral fibre, lack of shame, failure of Capitalism or whatever, I go for the collective abrogation of responsibility by our fiduciaries in the Investment Industry, including useless free-riders in the so-called 'consulting world'.
Will 2018 be any better? I would not bet on it - but in the UK at least the wolf is at the door. Apres nous le deluge? seems to be the motto for many.