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UK regulators consult on 'Fred Goodwin's law'

The UK has laid out a final set of rules for clawing back bonuses, increasing the clawback period to seven years, and is consulting on even tougher rules designed to hold bank management personally accountable — dubbed “Fred Goodwin’s law” by one market commentator, after the disgraced former CEO of RBS.

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