The new FSA code on remuneration -- what will it achieve?

Taylor, Mark
September 2009
People Management;9/10/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 19, p33
The article offers information on the new Financial Services Authority (FSA) code on remuneration in Great Britain. The code reportedly mandated business enterprises to create, implement and maintain remuneration polices, procedures and practices that are consistent with and promote risk management effectiveness. General recommendations on risk management include the assessment of individuals' contributions to a firm through long-term measures of success to minimise the impact of volatility on awards.


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