Pay and performance don't necessarily go hand in hand for fund directors, who were rewarded an average 8% pay increase at the biggest fund complexes last year, according to findings by a recent Management Practice study.

As corporate and shareholder profits tumbled in 2002, fund directors were still treated to sizeable pay raises. This even at a time when directors have come under criticism that they have not been diligent enough about protecting shareholder interests.

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