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Banksters To Get $435,000 Average Each At Goldman's

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/jan/16/goldman-sach-bonus-payout

Goldman Sachs in the firing line over predicted $15.4bn wage billLatest round of bank results expected to further inflame debate over level of pay in sector
The Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs will move centre stage in the ongoing furore over bankers' bonuses this week by setting aside an estimated $15.4bn (£9.7bn) to pay its staff for 2010, amounting to a possible average of
$435,000 per employee
.

It seems obvious that they are looking at the banks as temporary cash cows that cannot continue for much longer. Making hay and all that......

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/jan/16/goldman-sach-bonus-payout

Goldman Sachs in the firing line over predicted $15.4bn wage billLatest round of bank results expected to further inflame debate over level of pay in sector
The Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs will move centre stage in the ongoing furore over bankers' bonuses this week by setting aside an estimated $15.4bn (£9.7bn) to pay its staff for 2010, amounting to a possible average of
$435,000 per employee
.

It seems obvious that they are looking at the banks as temporary cash cows that cannot continue for much longer. Making hay and all that......

They should be thanking the taxpayers and regulators for their generosity.

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hmmm.....that article actually says wage bill, not bonus. Goldman, like a few other large investment banks, have bolstered bankers basic pay by multiples to avoid the end year bonus scandal. However, by looking at annual staff remuneration, it just confirms that the old practices are the same, but under a different header.

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