Bankers who engage in "inappropriate behaviour" could have their bonuses clawed back 10 years after they were originally
Hundreds of thousands of people are set to spend their second successive Christmas on the dole, according to a new study
George Osborne has quietly dropped his legal fight against the EU's bank bonus cap while attention is diverted on the Rochester
George Osborne has been dealt a humiliating blow in his bid to protect Britain's banks from an EU bonus cap. Niilo Jaaskinen
Top bankers who get bonuses higher than allowed under EU law will get away with their awards, as it is "too far into this
On the day that Royal Bank of Scotland announced a bonus payout to it's staff of £588million in spite of an operating loss of £8.24billion, one had to wonder if any lessons were really learnt from the mess that was left after the banking crash only a few years ago...
Perhaps it would be beneficial for Britain to pick up some tips from Germany as medium-size companies drive their economy. Today one-third of the country's sales, jobs and GDP come from businesses of this size, many of which are family-owned and focus on exports.
In order to ensure a healthy banking sector, it needs to adopt the practices of the plumbing industry or any other services sector. Those include capping bonuses at no more than annual salaries, making bankers work harder for their pay and persuading them to care more about customers.
Bankers' bonuses have soared to new heights while most people believe the economic recovery is failing to benefit those on
Trade minister Lord Green, who was chairman of HSBC at the time the bank was accused of facilitating money laundering for