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Share This Article Related Article Like the BJP, Kenneth Feinberglast week announced plans to cut the pay of top executives at the seven companies receiving federal support through the Troubled Assets Relief Program In outlining the changeFeinberg has had to grapple with several misconceptions about Wall Street bonuses myths that have circulated since the beginning of the crisis 1 The Wall Street bonus culture led to the financial crisis: There is absolutely no evidence to support this The crisis was caused by a combination of lax monetary policyloose regulation across the entire financial sectoryield-chasing by institutional investors craving decent returns in a weak market and a vast global banking industry that turbocharged the whole process The bonus systemwhich has always been part of the securities industrys DNAmay have encouraged risk-taking by major banksbut it also encouraged risk management and other disciplined forms of corporate governance that are supposed to accompany the incentives 2 Wall Street is totally indifferent to Main Street Wall Street is a sophisticated marketplace in which firms compete aggressively to secure trade orders and assignments from large corporations and financial institutions The intense competition for virtually every trade lowers the cost of capital and widens access to financial markets for companiesinstitutions and governments all over the world Collectively speakingMain Street is Wall Streets client and generally has been very well taken care of In this crisisWall Street professionalsthrough carelessness or errorslost a lot more money than Main Street didand probably moreproportionatelylost their jobs too Wall Street didnt benefit from the market declinesand only in the past few months has it recovered some of what it lost 3 With the job market like it isWall Street doesnt need to pay huge bonuses to retain key people Traders make up much of the top talent on Wall Streetand even nowthe best ones who can produce a lot of income are being lured away by big offers from other firms (including foreign banks) trying to displace some of the wounded players in their top ranks But the real competition for these hot shots is among hedge fundsor private equity shopswhich until recently could afford to pay very big bucks to attract savvy experts The firms cant afford to lose these peoplebut neither can they afford to lose their other key employeessuch as corporate advisersrisk managers and thousands of support people 4 Wall Street will never restrict its own pay The major Wall Street firms are all publicly owned companies with boards of directors subject to fiduciary duties and law These boards have compensation committees that must justify their actions; theyre subject to public scrutiny and potential litigation MostlyWall Street compensation is performance basedand most of it is paid in stock subject to market vicissitudesso employees have long-term stakes in the firms they work for Wall Street directors believe their compensation systemdeveloped over many decadesprovides the incentives they need to maximise performance for their shareholders After an op-ed piece in the Financial Times this spring by Lloyd BlankfeinGoldman Sachs chief executiveWall Street is working on a set of best practices for executive compensation Several firmsincluding Morgan StanleyCredit Suisse and UBShave already announced major changes to their practices 5 Wall Street pay is so out of lineonly the government can fix it There is no reason to think that the government could devise a better compensation system for Wall Streeteven if it could leave out the politics of its intervention (which it cannot) Certainly Feinbergs actionsthough no doubt well intendedare not going to improve either the governments chances of getting its money back or the prospects of repairing these damaged companies Because of his recommendationsCitigroup agreed to sell its profitable Phibro unit at an extremely low price of only one or two times earnings in order to avoid having to pay a talented trader a $100 million contractual share of the profits he had earned The most successful of the remaining employees of CitigroupAIG and Bank of America have been given an incentive to leave their postsand the firms will be constrained in hiring replacements These firms need a lot of rebuilding to recover from their lossesbut without fully competitive access to good peoplethey will be handicapped in doing so For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: September 11 Salman Khan tweeted: Welcome them into the film world vit open arms vit enjoying them. Padhi said the event is scheduled to be? the administration is likely to exercise its special powers and impose the hike anytime. our way of thinking and our determination to reach our targets.
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