Becoming a banker continues to be less and less of a one-way ticket to a beachfront mansion as...
Becoming a banker continues to be less and less of a one-way ticket to a beachfront mansion as Deutsche Bank (DB) becomes the first to widen clawbacks, introducing rules allowing it to strip employees of stock earned at previous employers. For now, expect Deutsche to have trouble filling positions, but it likely won't be long until other lenders copy the policy.
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