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Is executive compensation too much? Or is it too much of the wrong types of pay?

Executive compensation adviser Paul Gryglewicz joined The Globe and Mail's Janet McFarland in an online discussion about the findings of our latest survey of CEO pay. You can view the chat in the box below.

Paul Gryglewicz is a Managing Partner at Global Governance Advisors and is a key member of the firm's Senior Leadership Team. He engages with boards and senior management advising them in the areas of executive compensation, human resource strategy and corporate governance.

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Janet McFarland is a business reporter at The Globe and Mail and specializes in writing about securities regulation, corporate governance and compensation - including overseeing the Globe's annual CEO compensation report.

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