17 February 2009

Brown writes openly about failure


Writing in The Times, Brown says

First, there must be no reward for failure.

Second, there should be no bonuses in the future unless they are based on long-term sustainable performance.

Third, the right of clawback. Bonuses are not just about past performance but are designed to shape future performance.

Does this only apply to the banks?

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