Following the bold move by UK investment veteran Neil Woodford to scrap fund manager bonuses at his firm, industry experts explain why they don't see the idea catching on in Asia.
Managers of Ucits funds remain unsure whether they will be hit with a bonus cap, and it’s high time for this bad idea to be killed off, says Dan Waters of trade body ICI Global.
It''s bonus time and the usual round of corporate and individual jousting is just beginning. We look at the winners and losers.
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