FSB peer review report says jury still out on compensation structures

Industry progress on financial compensation has been impressive but inconsistent, says the Financial Stability Board (FSB) in its peer review of compensation. Many firms and regulators, it says, are still developing structures and rules for paying employees.

The report, published at the end of March, says it is too early to test the efficacy of compensation rules put into place by national regulators since the crisis to incentivise staff along risk-based lines.

Part of the problem is that

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