Wall Street can print money without you.
The Madoff trustee should be allowed to go to the ends of the earth, or at least the far corners of the Caribbean, according to the Solicitor General.
Bright side: Those not good enough even for the French bank could also try for a certain German one.
Well, this is a fun twist.
The look on SocGen's face as a judge berated the bank for axing Kerviel probably made up for it.
And you can't ask for 5.7 bajillion euros.
And backing up the rear for bonus across the pond: Société Générale.
If you're gay and don't like being discriminated against for being gay. Otherwise it's the cat's pajamas.
Nothing has been finalized, though according to a spokesperson for the bank, anyone who'd like to take a little initiative and just would be helping the bank out big time.
The French bank has some very angry little mistmakers on its hands. "Societe Generale paid their 1st year investment banking analysts between 15k-50k in bonuses. Most juniors were furious, especially since this is 20-40% lower than Street. The firm is continually declining in the Americas within investment banking, and has reduced tremendous headcount over the past year. It relies heavily on trading revenues from derivatives, with very little resources dedicated to M&A, ECM, and DCM. In a period where other banks are cutting operations in the US, SocGen leads the pack in decline. In February 2012 head of CIB, Didier Valet, said that the firm would not compete with bulge brackets. Regardless of these negatives, SocGen continues to say that it is a top investment banking player. They are not, and juniors on Wall Street should know before entering into this trap."