The chief executive of Barclays has welcomed plans from the Bank of England to punish misbehaving bankers by clawing back bonuses.
Antony Jenkins told Radio 4's Today programme: "The process of clawback can be extremely useful. We’ve applied it ourselves, for example, in cases where we’ve got things wrong."
Mr Jenkins said there should be "appropriate punishment" for both criminal misconduct and "recklessness" on the part of bankers.
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