For some it seems inconceivable that, after the financial crisis, Wall Street bankers would expect their compensation to return to what it was before the crash.
To investment bankers, though, the fact that they haven’t is becoming more and more frustrating.
That was the subject of a much buzzed-about Telegraph story this morning headlined, “It’s so unfair, say ‘underpaid’ bankers.”
The story was based on a report by financial services recruiting firm Selby Jennings. In it over 67.2 percent of bankers responded that they think they should be better compensated.
We wanted to see what was actually in the report, so we actually tracked it down….
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