U.K. May Soften Comp-Publishing Proposal

16 Nov 2010

The U.K. HM Treasury may soften proposals by the previous British government to require banks to publish the compensation for their highest-paid staffers.

The U.K. HM Treasury may soften proposals by the previous British government to require banks to publish the compensation for their highest-paid staffers. Sources said that rather than force the banks to reveal the earnings for those making at least £500,000 ($803,514), the government may instead rely on ...

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