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.
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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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