Posts Tagged “Bonuses”
by Wall Street Job Report on February 5, 2014
As a possible part of the 400 redundancies reported at Barclays last week, we understand that the U.K. bank has parted company with some of its longest serving London-based sales staff. Andrea Anselmetti, head of European FX sales has left the bank (…)
by admin on December 2, 2013
The Wall Street fat cats who taxpayers bailed out five years ago are poised for a big payday. In the aftermath of the financial crisis, big banks held on to a sizable chunk of executive pay — in the form (…)
by Wall Street Job Report on July 29, 2013
Bankers could see part of their bonus wiped out if their employer’s capital position falls below certain levels, according to a proposal from the European Union’s banking regulator aimed at protecting taxpayers.
by Wall Street Job Report on January 22, 2013
Citigroup Inc. (C), the third-largest U.S. bank, cut investment bankers’ bonuses by 10 percent to 20 percent globally after a revenue slump
by Wall Street Job Report on January 18, 2013
Morgan Stanley (MS), the bank that’s deferring all bonuses for top earners, set aside $6.65 billion in 2012 to pay investment-bank employees, a 7.6 percent decline from a year earlier.