Company bosses are braced for further uprisings this week.
Investors will now be scrutinising the £23m pay deal Reckitt Benckiser chief executive Rakesh Kapoor, while Man Group awarded chief executive Manny Roman a 10 per cent salary rise for 2016.
This year is so far on course to best even the so-called shareholder spring of 2012, which rattled boardrooms for the first time since May 2003.
Standard Chartered and Royal Bank of Scotland will also brave shareholder votes this week, along with drug giant GlaxoSmithKline.
Royal London Asset Management has already revealed that it will be voting down the annual remuneration report at Standard Chartered's AGM on Wednesday, although it will be giving its approval to the binding pay policy.
Royal London has also said it will vote against the remuneration report at Reckitt Benckiser, which will be hosting its AGM the next day.
However the asset manager has said it will be vote in favour of the remuneration report at Aviva.
In the coming weeks BP rival Shell and advertising giant WPP will also face the music.
WPP announced last month that chief executive Martin Sorrell took home £70.4m in 2015, sparking criticism over the size of his package.