Clawback Policies Put European Banks At Disadvantage

European investment banks have expressed concern that the region’s tough clawback provisions will put them at a disadvantage with their U.S. counterparts in attracting talent.

  • 28 Aug 2012
European investment banks have expressed concern that the region’s tough clawback provisions will put them at a disadvantage with their U.S. counterparts in attracting talent. Bankers and consultants say U.S. banks often award higher bonuses with more of it in cash, and have shorter vesting periods and less ...

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