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Topic - Thomas R. Nides
Mr. Nides told ethics regulators that he could receive a prorated bonus from the company based on his work there this year.
"These appointees are required under an ethics pledge to recuse themselves from official actions that directly and substantially impact their former employers and thus avoid the traditional capture of regulatory agencies by business interests," Mr. Holman said, adding that Mr. Nides and Mr. Hormats won't be involved in decisions affecting Morgan Stanley or Goldman Sachs, respectively.