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  • noun Plural form of clawback.

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Examples

  • That means some combination of "clawbacks" - return of pay when deals collapse - and longer-term compensation based on a firm's performance.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Millions of Jobless, Billions for Bankers: The Fed Must Act Now

  • The proposal will likely push banks to use "clawbacks" -- provisions to reclaim the pay of staffers who take risks that hurt their firms -- in certain pay packages, among other tools, to punish employees for taking excessive risks with their firms 'money.

    Reason Foundation - Out of Control Policy Blog

  • The provision is known as clawbacks, and it allows the government to get back, or claw back, your money.

    CNN Transcript Feb 4, 2009

  • Since shortly after Mr. Madoff's alleged Ponzi scheme was revealed, some investors say they have feared they would be subjected to so-called clawbacks of money they had recently withdrawn, after losing in some cases millions of dollars.

    Trustee Subpoenas Brokerage Firms

  • It is, moreover, completely illegitimate to distort the concept of net equity for the purpose of increasing potential clawbacks, which is what Picard seems to be doing here, as extensively discussed below.

    The Concept of Net Equity Being Used by the Trustee and SIPC

  • The state's contract with Evergreen does contain so-called clawbacks - some stronger than others.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The state's contract with Evergreen does contain so-called clawbacks - some stronger than others.

    NPR Topics: News

  • In Ms. Schultz's telling, there was almost nothing that some corporations wouldn't do to pare their pension obligations, from canceling death benefits to instituting "clawbacks" - that is, informing retirees that they had somehow been overpaid and demanding a lump-sum repayment that very few were able to afford.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The state's contract with Evergreen does contain so-called clawbacks - some stronger than others.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The state's contract with Evergreen does contain so-called clawbacks - some stronger than others.

    NPR Topics: News

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