Bonuses code will affect many

Carter, Michael
January 2011
People Management;1/27/2011, p30
The article focuses on the impact of the revised Financial Services Authority (FSA) remuneration code, published in December 2011 and applying from January 1, 2011 in Great Britain on both existing remuneration structures and future pay strategies within FSA-regulated organisations.


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