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David VanHoose, a senior fellow at Networks Financial Institute (NFI) in the Scott College of Business at ISU, will present
Field science isn't usually the province of bankers. Particularly when it involves precisely measuring the circumference of tree trunks. Yet that's exactly what employees of international banking giant HSBC have been doing, according to the Washington Post .
Executives have a way to get around attempts to reform pay practices: limiting their downside on company stock.
Mervyn King has been condemned for the economy, but it is worse for him that his boldest proposal is being ignored.
Vodafone and the Essar Group have appointed Goldman Sachs and Standard Chartered respectively to evaluate the worth of the Indian conglomerate's 33% stake in the U.K. company's Indian unit, Vodafone Essar.
At the World Economic Forum, top bankers were taking more assertive positions against new regulations.
Freek Vermeulen, Associate Professor of Strategic & International Management, London Business School, said: ‘Bankers’ bonuses continue to receive ample critique, being qualified as immoral and unethical. However, that the bonus system suffers this critique seems largely the result of awkward semantics.
A former executive with Julius Baer said he had given details of more than 2,000 individuals and companies.
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