(Telegraph) UK bank bonuses vs US bank bonuses
Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond has been handed £10.1m in salary, bonus and stock for his performance in 2010. The pay-out makes him the UK’s best-paid bank boss. But as far as bonuses go, he is still trailing behind his US rivals.
Bob Diamond, chief executive, Barclays
Stuart Gulliver, chief executive, HSBC
Stephen Hester, chief executive, Royal Bank of Scotland
Eric Daniels, chief executive, Lloyds Banking Group
US (converted from dollars to sterling)
Jamie Dimon, chief executive, JPMorgan Chase
Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and chief executive, Goldman Sachs
John Stumpf, chief executive, Wells Fargo
Brian Moynihan, chief executive, Bank of America
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