|Under their masks all bankers look like this...|
Even the ones who have been caught out seem to be compensated for their wrong doings with large pay offs. I am thinking that perhaps the way forward is that each time a bank/banker is found to have broken a banking code, or behaved in an immoral, misleading or downright dishonest fashion then we should increase the personal tax that those involved pay by 1%, for the rest of their life. At least that way we can start as a country to claw back some of the riches their grasping behaviour is being rewarded with. And if they carry on doing naughty things, then another 1% for each infringement. In fact, sod it, why stop at 1%, why not 5 or 10%... I don't know if that's feasible but at least it would hurt them in the only way they seem to care about.