BOM Pay Tied to Fund Sales

November 2003
On Wall Street;Nov2003, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p32
Trade Publication
Presents an overview of the documents released by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts which confirmed that BOM bonuses were a significant part of the compensation of managers. Features of the Challenge Bonus manager incentive program of the company; Highlights of the Manager Incentive Compensation plan; Details of the proprietary and certain partnered products given to brokers.


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