Insignia chiefs have bonuses cut by up to 75%

The top directors at Insignia Financial, the US-listed parent company of Insignia Richard Ellis, saw their bonuses cut by up to 75% in 2001 in what chairman and CEO Andrew Farkas admitted was ‘one of our poorest years ever’.

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