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position) range from $90,000 to $180,000. These salaries vary with firms and with the region of the country you are in. Bonuses typically would be 10-50% of salary to start and can move to one to three times salary later. Lately, salaries have increasingly included an equity component which may not be liquid for up to three years, although as an analyst you would typically be sheltered from this. This is good for the banks because it makes it much harder for people to move around. As we write this in June 2010, banking salaries and bonuses are under attack due to the perception that high banker salaries may ...
Hard as it is to fathom, some three years into the worst financial crisis of our lifetimes, not a single Wall Street or corporate executive has been held accountable for it. In October 2009, a federal jury in Brooklyn acquitted the two Bear Stearns’ hedge-fund managers , Ralph Cioffi and Matthew Tannin, on fraud charges. And, despite Anton Valukas’s damning 2,200-page report about the last, fatal years at Lehman Brothers — a virtual litigation roadmap — no Lehman executives have been indicted for the destruction of the firm. No Merrill Lynch executives appear to have even been ... Read More
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