Finalised principles for compensation policies are issued by CebsLONDON - The Committee of European Banking Supervisors (Cebs) has published its finalised principles for remuneration policies within the European Union's banks.
The updated set of principles marks the end of a one-month public consultation period after the release of its initial principles on March 6 followed by a public hearing held on March 20.
Cebs says it will consider additional aspects for implementation of the guidelines within the context of Pillar 2 of the Capital Requirements Directive in the coming months.
The principles can be viewed here.
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