claw back


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claw back

vb (tr, adverb)
1. to get back (something) with difficulty
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to recover (a sum of money), esp by taxation or a penalty
n
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the recovery of a sum of money, esp by taxation or a penalty
4. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the sum so recovered
Translations
droit de reprise

w>claw back

vt sep (taxman etc)sich (dat)zurückholen
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Head of banking supervision at the BoG, Raymond Amanfu, said, 'We are looking at bringing in claw back clause.
The principle of no claw back for Scottish Government benefits was agreed in the Smith Commission and the financial agreement covering the Scotland Act 2016, and ministers are concerned that when the bedroom tax is abolished in Scotland, the UK Government will treat this as additional income for a household and impose the cap.
But the time period to claw back is often around three years, less than half the current proposal of seven years, and the proposed regulation would expand the pool of employees subject to it.
ISLAMABAD -- After NEPRAs continuous efforts and strong defence of the case in the land mark decision, the Sindh High Court on June 19 declared that the stance and application of claw back mechanism by NEPRA are correct and in accordance with applicable law and accounting principles.
Indeed, at the time that Blaney's statement was issued, we viewed it with optimism, as it demonstrated that the department had a commitment to aiding veterans, and considered the claw back of pension awards from the War Veterans Allowance as an entitlement.
However 22-year-old Girogi, managed to claw back the deficit until a further break eventually wrapped up a 7-6 (7/3) 5-7 7-5 win.
It will be even harder to claw back from someone who was not directly responsible for misconduct but was a line manager," Moulton said.
British regulators are expected to start consulting this month on plans to introduce new rules which could force banks to claw back pay from staff in the event of future problems, even if bonuses have already been given to them, according to governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney, the Telegraph reported on Tuesday.
RBS - which is 81 per cent Government-owned after it was bailed out during the banking crisis - had said it would claw back bonuses.
Washington, June 14 ( ANI ): Investment banking giant JP Morgan Chase's boss plans to claw back up to two years' bonuses from 'casino bankers' who racked up losses of more than 2 billion dollars.
Lloyds Banking Group is set to claw back bonuses worth around pounds 2million in the wake of the scandal over payment protection insurance.