People working in financial services need to accept that “proximity to money” makes them more likely to engage in poor ethical behaviour.
Sally RoseMay 24, 2017
The lead author of a major study into the motivations of asset managers has argued that annual bonuses should be dumped.
Sally RoseDecember 12, 2016
The practice of benchmarking the salaries of senior executives of institutional funds with reference to external financial services firms, instead of the shared objectives of the fund, is a major barrier to their success, according to Professor Gordon Clark of Oxford University and director of Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Clark sees the […]
David RowleyDecember 3, 2015
For most of January, myself and my colleague Dan Purves compiled a survey of the pay disclosure of superannuation CEOs, CIOs and chairs. It would have been an easier job if funds had not often placed this information in the darkest recesses of their websites. Such secrecy partly explains why the subsequent articles have been […]
David RowleyFebruary 23, 2015