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A row over how strictly new rules on bankers' pay are enforced in Britain and across Europe flared Friday after the EU banking regulator was reported to be preparing to clamp down on allowances being paid to staff.Such a step would strengthen controls on payouts and could force banks with big London operations – including HSBC, Barclays and Goldman Sachs – to re-evaluate pay for this year and beyond.The report will aim to harmonize practices in pay across the EU and decide whether allowances should be classified as fixed or variable remuneration, an EBA spokesman said.
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