American regulators proposed changes to the way bankers are rewarded, requiring they defer 50% of executive bonuses for three years or more; Do you agree?

American regulators proposed changes to the way bankers are rewarded, requiring they defer 50% of executive bonuses for three years or more; Do you agree?

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Yes, very much agree
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Yes, agree
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On the Fence / not sure
 0%
No, disagree
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No, very much disagree
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  • Yes, very much agree
  • Yes, agree
  • On the Fence / ...
  • No, disagree
  • No, very much...

American regulators proposed changes to the way bankers are rewarded. Larger banks would be legally required to defer 50% of executive bonuses for three years or more and link the payments to performance (some banks have already introduced similar changes). They would also have to determine which of their employees trade in areas that could inflict substantial damage to the bank, and ensure that their compensation schemes discourage excessive risk-taking.

Source: The Economist




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