Both of which are completely unnecessary for purpose, but apparently necessary to maintaining Wall Street’s culture or something.
You needn’t so much as leave your heart in San Francisco to keep getting paid.
Luckily, under its current plan, there will be no need for another awkward conversation on the matter next year.
They’re feeling very SPACial.
For all of them, however things will be < 2019.
Phil Falcone is really just disappointed in himself and not at all making a desperate gambit to keep his job.
Coronavirus has a 10-month incubation period in bonus checks.
You still have a gig trading equities, and you want more? Are traders greedy or something?
The Swiss lender is pretty sure all that time spent complaining about gender equity could be spent parenting that baby who ruined your career.
One Deutsche Banker describes this bonus season as feeling like "a prelude to just shutting the whole thing down."
Because a little birdy tells us that the folks at Athene Asset Management seem to be feeling unloved.
We're no math geniuses, but can Deutsche Bank cut bonuses back from nothing?
We call this a "Canadian Brag."
The pounds are very much not taking care of themselves.
If you can't replace him, you better pay him.
Is this the last year that i-bankers will ask their fundie friends for a holiday season bridge loan?
Instead of Christmas carols in the lobby, Barclays will be pumping "Let The Bodies Hit The Floor" on repeat this holiday season.