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Why are we still not punishing bosses for failure?

6 mins | Aug 9, 2022
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Clawback provisions are increasingly common but not yet credible. In late July 2022, in an unusual turn of events, the Financial Conduct Authority provisionally fined three former executives for publishing misleading statements about their company’s finances. So why does this not happen more often? Cat Rutter Pooley argues that the issue with these punishments lies in their credibility.
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