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No pay for bad play

14 May 2012 By Antony Currie

JPMorgan may have stomped on Dodd-Frank’s spirit, but it should comply with the letter of the law when it comes to compensation. To remain credible, Dimon should insist that Ina Drew and other CIO execs responsible for its trading losses hand back some of last year’s pay.

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