We should have cut bonuses: CBA chair

Original article by Joyce Moullakis
The Australian – Page: 2 : 22-Nov-18

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s executive remuneration came under scrutiny by the financial services royal commission on 21 November. CBA chair Catherine Livingstone has conceded that the bank failed to reduce or withhold bonuses in 2016, despite a series of compliance breaches. She also acknowledged that it might have been appropriate for CBA to note in its latest annual report that former chairman David Turner had declined the board’s request to repay 40 per cent of his directors’ fees as a result of the compliance breaches.

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