Jes Staley, the chief executive of one of the UK's
largest banks, Barclays, was recently fined £640,000
($870,000 approximately) over his attempt to identify a
whistleblower who had accused him of covering up
personal issues relating to a former colleague
who had been hired by Barclays.
The fine, which amounts to 27% of his annual pay, has been
called a slap on the wrist. More worryingly, the Financial
Conduct Authority's (FCA) justification for the sanction seems
to be more justified by the fact Staley didn't necessarily
follow the right...