HSBC has 'moral imperative' to drop pensions clawback rules, say MPs

James Phillips
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The chief executive of HSBC, John Flint, is being pressured to appear before a newly formed cross-party group of MPs over a controversial pensions 'clawback' policy.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Pension Clawback, which is chaired by Clive Betts MP, has joined ranks with the union Unite to also demand the bank compensate around 50,000 HSBC and Mid...

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