<strong>JULIAN JESSOP CAPITAL ECONOMICS<br /></strong>The G20’s commitments will offend or impress no-one. Some of these - like promises to avoid protectionism - look pretty hollow in the light of actions recently taken. Overall, no harm done ­– an achievement in itself – but it remains to be seen whether real differences will be made.<br /><br /><strong>DAVID BUIK BGC PARTNERS</strong><strong><br /></strong>The brouhaha, back slapping and kissing at last week’s G20 conference terminated on Saturday with disappointing levels of achievement. It is entirely consistent with ambitious conference agendas where so many delegates try to agree on too many complicated issues. <br /><br /><strong>TOM GOSLING PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS<br /></strong>We need a level regulatory playing field across the G20 countries on bonuses as, in a competitive and genuinely global market for talented individuals, banks cannot afford to adopt compensation practices that are less favourable than those enforced by regulators elsewhere.