HM Treasury to Challenge Bank Bonus Rules in ECJ

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On September 25, HM Treasury announced that it had lodged a legal challenge with the European Court of Justice on EU legislation governing pay in the banking sector.

The Treasury describes the proposed rules contained in the Capital Requirements Directive IV as not fit for purpose. Announcement.


Topics:  Banks, ECJ, EU

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