Risk USA: Pay bigger than politics, says former Treasury adviser

Executive compensation may be a hot-button issue for the media, but it is also deeply important for risk managers, according to Robert Jackson, associate professor of law at Columbia Law School and former deputy special master for Troubled Asset Relief Program (Tarp) executive compensation at the US Treasury.

“When I talk to people in the industry they say ‘this is politics’. I agree. But when the politics caused more to look more closely at this issue, I was astonished to find out how badly

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