New EU rules aim to limit high pay at bailed out banks

Dale, Samuel
July 2013
Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);7/11/2013, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that senior executives at bailed out banks may face drastic reductions in their pay after the European Union acted to limit the pay of senior staff at Europe's bank as it moves in on state-owned lenders.


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