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2014 | 2(55) | 100-118
Article title

The Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Regulations of Managerial Staff Remuneration in Financial Institutions

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The financial crisis has highlighted the faulty structures of managerial staff remuneration incentives and systems in financial institutions. Consequently, regulators in the European Union and the United States have introduced a number of regulations regarding the levels and structures of remunerations of executives in financial institutions. However, these recommendations were only an outline of the changes that should be made, not providing specific solutions in terms of implementation. Consequently, the paper analyses the effectiveness of these regulations and presents some recommendations.
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100-118
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  • Cracow University of Economics, Poland
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