Aon considering bonus backtrack


The broker had confirmed it gave staff the option of deferring their bonuses from March to April - when the top level of income tax would drop from 50% to 45%. 

However, last night the Financial Times reported that "people familiar with the matter" said it "was an option" for Aon not to press ahead with the proposal and that they were "expected to monitor reaction to the move".

Last week investment bank Goldman Sachs undertook an about turn on its own plans to defer bonuses following criticism

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