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23 June 2015 By Dominic Elliott

The Bank of England’s code for investment bank remuneration introduces a sliding scale of deferral and clawback periods that hinge on seniority. Keeping bankers from their winnings for 10 years may still not be enough. But it positions the UK as significantly tougher than peers. 

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