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21st Annual Financial Sector Compensation and Benefits

Adapt your compensation and benefit strategies to ensure fair pay, maintain competitiveness and translate regulation into policy

23-25 May 2018
De Vere Holborn Bars, London, United Kingdom

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Conference Speakers

Frank-Jan de Leeuw
Global Head of Performance and Reward
ING

Hans Petter Flgstad
Executive Vice President, Compensation and Benefits
DNB

Lucie Machalkova
Head of CEE Compensation Benefits and Mobility
Unicredit

Simon Hills
Executive Director, Prudential
UK Finance

Andrew Manktellow
Head of Executive Compensation
Legal and General

Blazej Blasikiewicz
Senior Policy Advisor, Legal and International Affairs
European Banking Federation

John Dady
Compensation and Benefits Director EMEA
Societe Generale

Randal Tajer
Global Head of Compensation and Benefits
Nomura

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Adapt your compensation and benefit strategies to ensure fair pay, maintain competitiveness and translate regulations into policy