Instead of obsessing over how much financial institution executives are paid, Congress and the administration should focus on what they get paid for.

The financial regulatory reform bill that just passed the House does not address compensation structures within financial institutions that reward employees for taking risks that destabilized the global financial system. Congress and regulators should require financial institutions to adopt compensation incentives that avoid systemic risk.

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