European officials take aim at financial-sector bonuses

02/12/2013 | Bloomberg · Reuters

The European Securities and Markets Authority is advocating for bonuses of senior hedge fund and private-equity managers to be paid out over three to five years to align the incentives with the long-term health of portfolios such managers oversee. Meanwhile, EU politicians are examining capping bankers' bonuses at 100% of salary, or 200% if shareholders explicitly permit it.

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