The latest pay reports from BNP Paribas and SocGen confirm that French banks are not the most generous. There are also important differences between them.
Bankers aren't the only ones on six figures. if you play your accounting career well, pay in accounting can be generous too.
RBS's investment bank is not known as a great payer. However, 130 people there made $1m last year. This is what the bank says they have in common.
When it comes to pay for its investment bankers, RBS excels on an unlikely measure.
CICC is handing out bonus of up to 48 months' salary, potentially to retain staff, after a few years' revenue decline that led to an exodus of executives.
Which top European investment bank pays the most, defers the least, defers for the shortest amount of time and is least likely to claw back your bonus?
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