Bonus Watch '16: Angry Citi Analysts Are "Motivated To Jump Ship"

The littlest members of Team Citi are said to be very disappointed in how Friday's bonus conversations shook out.

From the front lines:

"Bonuses were announced at Citi on Friday. Analysts are furious with numbers below street.

First year analysts: 25k stub

Second year analysts: 1A: 65k-67k (depending on group); 1B: 55k-62k

Top ranking first year associates: 130k

Top ranking second year associates: 150k

VPs and directors are generally happy

Analysts are very salty given they were screwed with stub last year as well, and are now motivated to jump ship."

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Bonus Watch '16: Credit Suisse CEOs

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