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Going CoCo

11 August 2010 By Neil Unmack

European regulators are designing rules to make banks pay part of their bonuses in contingent capital bonds. Employees may hate the idea, but paying compensation in hybrid debt should make them less reckless. It could also help develop the market for new kinds of bank capital.

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