The 2008 financial crisis launched a debate on remuneration in the financial services industry which has been particularly acute within the banking sector.

To help our clients navigate, understand and keep up to date with current developments, we have produced a comparative analysis on how regulatory requirements concerning remuneration in banks are being treated in 14 different jurisdictions around the world, covering Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Africa, South Africa, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, European Union, and the United States.

You may also be interested in our previous comparative analysis covering senior management responsibility in banks and proprietary trading by banks around the word.

View Remuneration requirements for banks, 11 March 2015.


Additional authors included:

Alan Bainbridge (London), Peter Snowdon (London), Simon Lovegrove (London), Tessa Hoser (Sydney), Jay Modrall (Brussels), John Jason (Toronto), Martin Gdanski (Paris), Achim Döser (Frankfurt),  Attilio Pavone (Milan), Keith Mukami (Johannesburg), Bridget King (Johannesburg), Floortje Nagelkerke (Amsterdam), Kennedy Masterton-Smith (London) and Kathleen A. Scott (New York).