Bank chairmen talk pay

At the BBA annual conference, the chairmen of HSBC, Standard Chartered, Barclays, RBS and Lloyds give their views on where banking industry pay is going.
October 19, 2012

RBS’s bonus dilemma

The bank's decision to scale back in investment banking has left some wondering why senior RBS executives, including the head of IB, are still getting paid bonuses.
January 29, 2012

Bank hopping, salaries and bonuses

In a recent survey published by eFinancialCareers, 77% of participants say that the power of negotiation lies with employers and not candidates as expectations on salaries and bonuses boom.
September 06, 2010

The big bonus debate

Do you think you are paid enough? You might not be, because big bonuses are back, writes Ranjan Marwah who remembers the days when you could count on two hands how many bankers in Asia took home a seven-figure US dollar pay packet.
May 25, 2010

Why bankers are heading East

An exodus of talent from banks in the US and Europe is benefiting financial institutions in Asia.
February 21, 2010

Goldman Sachs changes bonus practices

The top 30 managers at Goldman Sachs will get their bonuses for 2009 entirely in stock that will be locked up for five years and subject to clawback.
December 13, 2009

Morgan Stanley announces revised bonus practices

The Wall Street investment bank outlines a compensation plan that pays executives incentive compensation over three years based on defined performance parameters for the individual and the firm.
April 08, 2009