Over the past year, we have seen a sustained shareholder backlash targeted at asset management firms as investors call for 'excessive' remuneration packages to be reviewed or revoked, amid scrutiny from the government on wider 'fat cat' pay.
But the problem asset managers face is keeping shareholders satisfied that senior management are not receiving inflated or unfair salaries, while also trying to retain talented individuals. The departure...
We are all tired of talking about backstops and customs unions and voting blocs, but Brexit chat still manages to get centre stage to the exclusion of all else.
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Part of investment committee restructure
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