RBS, Barclays to Recoup LIBOR Fines from Employees
Bloomberg reported that Royal Bank of Scotland will recoup $458 million from bankers by cutting its bonus pool and clawing back compensation following its fine for rigging LIBOR.
Bloomberg noted that RBS, fined $612 million earlier this month for manipulating benchmark interest rates, said it would pay for the U.S. portion of the fine from bonuses and previously-awarded pay.
In a related story, Reuters reported, citing a source, that Barclays plans to cut or claw back $680 million of pay from its staff over the rate-rigging scandal.
Barclays fined about $440 million last June by U.S. and UK regulators, plans to slash the 2012 bonus pool by roughly the same and claw back $240 million from deferred share awards from earlier years, Reuters reported.
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