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OK.. How about making the banker bonuses work for the tax payer ..

Say we own 40 billion shares in Bank A bought at a price of 100p each

Lets say the current valuation on these shares is 80p

Bank A has a bonus pot of 7 Billion

Bank A uses this pot to buy 5.8 billion shares from the taxpayer at the premium price of 120p a share

Everyones a winner..

Now the flaw is that the actual worth of the bonus distributed is only 4.7 billion.

So if they wanted to distribute sum worth 7 billion , they would have to increase the bonus pot to 8.8 billion

So we should probably ask them to increase their bonuses to this amount and distribute the proceeds as discussed.

So increase those bonuses and make sure the taxpayer benefits as well !!!

Go on Dave ... everyone a winner !!

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OK.. How about making the banker bonuses work for the tax payer ..

Say we own 40 billion shares in Bank A bought at a price of 100p each

Lets say the current valuation on these shares is 80p

Bank A has a bonus pot of 7 Billion

Bank A uses this pot to buy 5.8 billion shares from the taxpayer at the premium price of 120p a share

Everyones a winner..

Now the flaw is that the actual worth of the bonus distributed is only 4.7 billion.

So if they wanted to distribute sum worth 7 billion , they would have to increase the bonus pot to 8.8 billion

So we should probably ask them to increase their bonuses to this amount and distribute the proceeds as discussed.

So increase those bonuses and make sure the taxpayer benefits as well !!!

Go on Dave ... everyone a winner !!

The idea is fun. But as share holders we should have dividends and not bonuses. Also as majority share holders we should define the bonuses to maximise our dividends ;) give them 1 billion bonus pot and 7 billion dividends.

We can sell our shares at £1.20 later on too.

Edited by Redcellar

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