Who we are Our reports Executive pay We are committed to ensuring that we can attract and retain a talented executive team with the skills and experience required to fulfil our objectives. Our vision is a world where no one suffers with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). Our mission is to provide lifelong care, while seeking cures, for all those affected/impacted by living with EB. We believe that effective leadership is an essential part of an organisation’s strategy to deliver its vision and mission. A competitive remuneration package is one element of our employee proposition that underpins our talent strategy and gives us the ability to select and maintain a leadership team that we believe will add significant value to DEBRA and its members. How our CEO and executive team salaries are decided Our Finance, Risk and Audit Committee are responsible for recommending to the Board of Trustees the basic salary and benefits package for our Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and executive team. Benchmarking data will be considered along with an evaluation of the individual skills and experience. In the financial year 2020-2021 our CEO’s basic salary was set at £110,000. The range of basic salaries amongst of the executive team are detailed below. Salary range Number of employees £75,000 - £85,000 2 £65,000 - £74,000 4 In addition to the basic salary, the CEO and executive team have life insurance cover and are entitled to join a company pension scheme. Currently there is no bonus plan. Executive pay principles We pay the median range for similar organisations in the UK Charity sector market. We monitor a blend of charity, public and private sector salary trends, drawing on independent expert advice and statistically significant survey data to inform salary setting and progression decisions. We engage with the Finance, Risk and Audit Committee to review individual performance annually.