Bonus Watch ’11: Eleventh Year Jefferies CEOs

Richard Handler has declared himself not worthy.

Jefferies Group CEO Richard Handler said he is among the managers who declined bonuses for after the firm’s stock dropped more than 50 percent this year. “We’ve given back our entire bonus,” Handler, 50, said yesterday, referring to himself and Brian Friedman, chairman of the executive committee. Handler, who receives a $1 million salary, didn’t say how much money they turned down.


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10 Responses to “Bonus Watch ’11: Eleventh Year Jefferies CEOs”

  1. wahoo says:

    Evidently, getting Dick for a bonus was too much to Handle.

    -shitty obvious commenter

  2. That's so Piper Jaffray of him.

    -Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Man

  3. anomynous says:

    That *has* to be Sandusky's porn nickname.

  4. Anon says:

    Dick Handler…hahahaahahaha
    -12 year old

  5. Nailz6 says:

    Probably should have taken it to buy stock in any other company.

    – Dick's Handler

  6. Guest says:

    High flying 3rd year analyst > CEO JEF > clawed back UBS MD

  7. Getridofthisclown says:

    Thanks for the spam

  8. Guestavo says:

    Smoke and mirrors. If the bonus was negative and he gave it back, he's now getting paid…idiots.

    -AIG Mathemagician Quant

  9. Guest says:

    I think he can he write off the bonus he gave back since JEF is essentially a non-prof.

    – Arthur Andersen MD

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