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These banks paid the BIGGEST bonuses in 2015

by LLB Editor
14th Dec 15 10:31 am

American banking giant Goldman Sachs paid the biggest bonuses in 2015.

The average bonus a director at the bank recieved is a whopping £194,000, up to £50,000 above leading European banks.  

According to research by Emolument.com, a salary-benchmarking website, “top bonuses usually come with top salaries”. In most cases, banks that give the biggest bonuses are also the ones offering best salaries to their bankers. 

Take a look at the biggest bank bonuses of 2015:

1. Goldman Sachs

Average director bonus: £194,000

 

2. Morgan Stanley

Average director bonus: £170,000

 

3. Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Average director bonus: £166,000

 

4. JP Morgan

Average director bonus: £162,000

 

5. Citigroup

Average director bonus: £143,000

 

6. Credit Suisse

Average director bonus: £135,000

 

7. Deutsche Bank

Average director bonus: £121,000

 

8. Nomura

Average director bonus: £119,000

 

9. HSBC

Average director bonus: £116,000

 

10. UBS

Average director bonus: £115,000

 

11. BNP Paribas

Average director bonus: £113,000

 

12. Barclays

Average director bonus: £103,000

13. UniCredit

Average director bonus: £98,000

 

14. ING

Average director bonus: £91,000

15. Societe Generale

Average director bonus: £91,000

 

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