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Shareholders rebelled against special bonuses for Deutsche Bank execs

For the second year in a row, Deutsche Bank executives experienced shareholder anger over their pay packets. Shareholders voted down proposals to pay Deutsche Bank managers a bonus based on how well their division performs within the group. That's on top of bonuses derived from how well they perform personally and how well the bank performs. The scheme would see investment banking head Jeffrey Urwin earning as much as €13.
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