Bonus Watch '19: Is Apollo Global Management A Stingy Stepmother? - Dealbreaker

We were beginning to think that this years bonus season was drama-free. 

How dare we stop believing in the magic of #BonusSZN.

From a tipster:

"Apollo paid bonuses Dec 2018. Their insurance asset management subsidiary, Athene Asset management hasn’t been paid yet but are considered Apollo employees."

Which is weird because Athene was pretty sure that their munificent owner would pony up soon:

"Athene Asset Mgmt employees thought they would have numbers communicated in January because they are part of Apollo but still haven’t received them or any timing on when they might be communicated."

Especially since the folks at Apollo seem to have gotten PAAAAAAID:

"No one at Apollo seemed upset, so numbers seemed good."

Anyone out there at Apollo or Athene want to fill us in? 

tips@dealbreaker.com

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