Risk.net poll: regulatory changes are not making compensation more risk-based

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New regulations to link compensation for financial services executives more closely to good risk management have not worked, according to a new poll from Risk.net.

Many respondents to the online poll – 46% – say they feel the changes have made no difference to the link between compensation and risk; another 13% believe the changes have weakened the link between prudent behaviour and compensation.

Just 19% of respondents say they believe the regulatory changes – which in the European Union

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