claw back


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claw back

the recovery of a sum of money, esp by taxation or a penalty
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pack, United claw back before Phelan "So that is our aim: it's always to try and do better, it's always to try and push the players further.
Standard Chartered Plc has said it will try to claw back bonuses from up to 150 senior staff if they are found culpable of breaching internal rules around risk-taking during the tenure of former chief executive Peter Sands.
The court also recalled and vacated its earlier interim orders through which the federal government was restrained from notifying the claw back decision and schedule of tariff.
On October 1,2012, as a consequence of the Manuge class action settlement, the claw backs from the War Veterans Allowance were cancelled.
Britain views the ability to claw back bonuses as a better method for dampening excessive risk-taking than the new European Union cap on bonuses that will affect payments made from early next year.
In addition to stricter claw back rules, Carney said the PRA would also look at possibly extending the minimum deferral period for bank bonuses to five years from the current minimum of three years.
Washington, June 14 ( ANI ): Investment banking giant JP Morgan Chase's boss plans to claw back up to two years' bonuses from 'casino bankers' who racked up losses of more than 2 billion dollars.
Summary: Lloyds Banking Group is to claw back bonuses worth around Au2 million in the wake of the mis-selling of payment protection insurance.
Lloyds Banking Group is set to claw back bonuses worth around pounds 2million in the wake of the scandal over payment protection insurance.
But today detectives vowed to claw back every penny the fraudsters made from their "boiler room" scam.