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private sector response to financial market issues March 4, 2008

Posted by Bradley in : Uncategorized , trackback

Via the FT:

Leading investment bankers are proposing new guidelines on pay and bonuses in the financial sector as they seek to head off a growing political backlash against what were seen as excessive rewards for bankers whose risk-taking helped cause the credit crunch.
In particular, the Institute of International Finance, a global association of banks, is seeking to create a code of best practice, which would discourage banks from giving incentives to traders to take excessively risky bets while failing to censure them if these turn sour.


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