* New rules to take immediate effect * Transparency sought on top managers' pay, succession plans * Interim measure ahead of introducing pan-EU rules MILAN, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Italy's market watchdog Consob has introduced stricter corporate governance rules that will require companies to be more transparent on executive pay, bonuses and succession planning. According to rules approved this week, all listed companies will also have to give details to the market on managers' and board ...
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