If companies can’t do math properly, the SEC will do it for them.
$5.1 billion in fines demands a $174 million decrease in the comfort of millionaires.
And also “clawbacks.”
The Kafkaesque conclusions to the Tidjane Thiam and Birgitte Bonnesen sagas.
And before you make that offer to Carrie Toldstedt, you might want to read on.
The people persons are precisely reflective of the organization as a whole.
Guess who's walking away clean on the whole 1MDB thing though...
The House of Cryan is attempting to create the politley Lutheran clawback.
After internal investigation, Wells Fargo relieved to see that it already fired all the bad people.
Sure, the top eight executives will together forfeit $32 million, but don't go assuming they did anything wrong.
John Stumpf's clawback is both substantial and cravenly weak.
John Stumpf is having a sh!t sandwich for lunch again.
Wells Fargo should have clawed back years ago, when it would have made a lick of difference.
Oh, this just gets better and better.
Things are getting a little too real.
Well, it does to a court, but not you.
The Bank of England is working on a new proposal it's hoping UK bankers are gonna love.
But only the naughty ones.
If your number one priority is your bonus, here's a handy guide.
Raymond James has decided to take a loss rather than admit to employing idiots.