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Turning the other cheek

4 February 2019 By John Foley

The Wall Street firm says it might hold back some of CEO David Solomon’s $23 mln pay if the Malaysian scandal leaves a smear. It had the ability to do that already. The new policy makes clear that clawbacks can be used to avoid added embarrassment as well as inflict punishment.

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