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17 August 2004 By Marianne Brun-Rovet

Michael Diekmann has revealed a fixed salary of E900,000. That seems small, but he could earn a lot more in bonuses. Other German companies should follow suit. This would encourage greater transparency and avoid onerous legislation. Michael Diekmann, the boss of Germany’s largest insurer, has disclosed his salary. But Allianz has not revealed his bonus and options. Allianz should disclose the total sum and other German companies should follow suit. This would avoid onerous legislation.

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