Peter Sands, Chief Executive Officer of Standard Chartered says the grip of the global financial crisis has loosened but there is still a lot of work to be done to fix the damage. He spoke with Reuters on the sidelines of the Clinton Global Initiative where he said the public has a right to be angry with bankers about their pay but capping compensation on a global level is not likely to happen. Watch his responses here and tell us what you think. Is it possible to have a global cap on executive compensation?