Reforms have helped curb bank CEO pay – BIS paper

The Bank for International Settlements, Basel
The Bank for International Settlements, Basel
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Reforms since the 2008 crisis appear to have linked the remuneration of bank chief executives more closely to the risks they are taking, according to research published on April 25 by the Bank for International Settlements.

How post-crisis regulation has affected bank CEO compensation, by Vittoria Cerasi, Sebastian Deininger, Leonardo Gambacorta and Tommaso Oliviero draws on principles for remuneration published by the Financial Stability Board in 2011 to see how pay has changed.

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