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Banking bonuses at BNP Paribas really ought to be big this year. Unfortunately, BNP bankers may be disappointed, as is often the case.
Banking bonuses are being bashed again. This is what will happen next. And JPMorgan is calling some strange internal job moves 'promotions'.
Morning Coffee: When naïve traders agree to informal bonus formulae. BofA’s big junior hiring won’t benefit interns
Banking bonuses that are paid according to a formula are worth nothing if you don't have them in writing. And BofA is hiring a lot more junior bankers.
Whenever a financial services organisation talks about expansion within the UK outside of London, it’s invariably associated with ‘nearshoring’, shared services or some other method of cutting costs.
Morning Coffee: Ex-Barclays traders shine light on bank’s murky waters. Early predictions for 2015 bonuses
Barclays is supposed to be cleaner-than-clean, but ex-traders suggest it's still a bit murky, And how big will your bonus be in February 2015?
How much can you earn as a junior M&A banker in New York, London and elsewhere?
If you want to get paid at a European bank, work for Credit Suisse. This is one of several messages in today's compensation report from the Swiss bank.
Do researchers really earn the smallest bonuses in banks' markets divisions? Maybe not.
How big will your bonus be after two years in a finance career? Is £96k ($158k) really viable?
The former head of private banking for Citigroup's private banking division now makes luxury shoes for the world's wealthy.
A month ago, we looked at the likely state of compensation at big banks for 2013. Now that big banks have reported their results and allocated bonuses for…