Financial industry raises problems around remuneration framework at Cebs hearing

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The Committee of European Banking Supervisors' (Cebs) proposals on banking executive remuneration were met with strong criticism from audience members at a public hearing on October 29.

Cebs' proposals, which would put into practice the Financial Stability Board's September 2009 FSB Principles for Sound Compensation Practices – Implementation Standards and the European Union's Capital Requirements Directive III, were published on October 8 and consultation closes on November 8. The finalised

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