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Wall Street's 'compensation season' is approaching, and it's not looking good

In banking it will soon be “compensation season,” the autumn months when firms set bonuses for their employees. Given that this is a global phenomenon there is, surprisingly, little competitive intelligence to help compensation committees do their work. Here’s some news: Although final results of OptionsGroup’s 2017/18 compensation report will not be available until November we already forecast a decline in total compensation pools for many of the world’s major banks.
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