Former Warp Speed chief agrees to pay GSK back $3.9M following sexual harassment
GlaxoSmithKline’s longtime R&D chief Moncef Slaoui agreed to pay $3.86 million to his former company as part of clawback provisions the company undertook to recoup past stock incentives after the disgraced former Operation Warp Speed leader apologized for the distress he caused following sexual harassment charges.
“Further to the allegations notified to the Group in February 2021 in respect of Dr Moncef Slaoui, a former Executive Director of the company, the Committee exercised its discretion and applied the clawback provisions under the Recoupment Policy in respect of past stock incentives received by Dr Slaoui,” GSK said in its annual report on Friday. “In December 2021, Dr Slaoui agreed to return to the Group $3,860,090 in the form of cash under the Recoupment Policy.”
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