About Cable And Wireless:
Cable & Wireless Worldwide PLC (LSE: CW.) is a British telecommunications company. In the mid-1980s, it became the first company in the UK to offer an alternative telephone service to British Telecom (via subsidiary Mercury Communications, merged into C&W in 1997). The company later offered cable TV to its customers, but it sold its cable assets to NTL in 2000. It remains a significant player in the UK telecoms market and in certain overseas markets, especially in the former British colonies of the Caribbean, where it was formerly the monopoly incumbent. It is also the main supplier of communication in the British South Atlantic, including Saint Helena and the Falkland Islands. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.
Shareholder groups have repeatedly warned about excessive executive remuneration at the company. Before it split into two separately listed companies in early 2010, Cable & Wireless suffered one of the biggest shareholder rebellions in 2009 when 38pc of the shareholder register failed to back the company’s pay policy at a fiery meeting. The company’s highly controversial long-term incentive plan (LTIP) is calculated on 10% of the company valuation and is claimed to pay out to senior managers, in fact the members of the LTIP are only the executive directors who for the year 2009/2010 share a £60 million bonus pool.
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