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Consultation response: Act on further remuneration measures for the financial sector

Consultation response: Act on further remuneration measures for the f

Consultation response: Act on further remuneration measures for the financial sector

06.09.2019 NL law

Astrid Helstone, Manuel Lokin, Soeradj Ramsanjhal, Anne Merks and Lotte Hover-Boon have submitted a response to the draft bill 'Act on further remuneration measures for the financial sector' (Wet nadere beloningsmaatregelen financiële sector).

This legislative proposal went into consultation on 5 July 2019 and contains several proposed amendments to the Financial Supervision Act (Wft).

The response from the Stibbe team includes comments on five measures; the team's response examines whether all the proposed measures serve the intended purpose, questions the scope of those proposed measures, and makes a number of recommendations.

Read the full response via this link: https://www.internetconsultatie.nl/wetsvoorstelnaderebeloningsmaatregelenfinsector/reactie/118850/bestand

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