Friday, June 27, 2014

Bankers and their greedy pathetic and unjustified Bonuses.



Bankers and their greedy pathetic and unjustified Bonuses.

While we have so many homeless people dying left out in the cold because they have no shelter and millions starving to death all over our world.

These filthy rich Bankers just get money rolling in year after year after year.

To those who say they deserve it because they work hard, it is not difficult to say...

let up the fees and charges and re-poses our borrowers properties and possessions, oh and one more thing, let's cut back on staff.

Piss easy, and as long as their investors are making money, no one gives a shit, and no government will do anything, because they bow down to them.


Greedy Scums!

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Australian Bankers & their bonuses:


Westpac CEO Gail Kelly among Australia's best paid bosses.

Westpac's annual report shows that Mrs Kelly's total remuneration was $9.18 million for 2013, down from $9.59 million the year before

Westpac Banking Corp executive Brian Hartzer was gifted shares now worth $8.6 million and pocketed the third largest ever sign-on bonus for a banker in Australia when he joined the bank.

CEO of the country's biggest bank Commonwealth Bank, Ian Narev, was paid $7.8 million in 2013.

ANZ boss Mike Smith was paid $10.1 million in 2012

NAB head Cameron Clyne was paid $8.1 million.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/westpac-ceo-gail-kelly-among-australias-best-paid-bosses-20131113-2xgvi.html#ixzz2tNaRutEL


Bank CEOs Top Australia Pay List

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052748704720804576009340300695556

More:
http://www.afr.com/p/business/financial_services/bonus_bonanza_for_westpac_executive_3bIQwlj6tEEbX4uwP4Q9yM

UBS Pays Healthy Bonuses to Australian Bankers.

http://blogs.wsj.com/dealjournalaustralia/2012/07/19/ubs-pays-healthy-bonuses-to-australian-bankers/

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Lloyd’s chief takes $2.8 million bonus in shares.


The CEO of Lloyds Bank, Antonio Horta-Osorio, will get his bonus worth $2.8 million paid in shares vested in 2019. While the CEO insists the reward was fair as the bank is “back to normal”, critics call it a “kick in the teeth of hard-working staff.”

Source:
http://rt.com/business/lloyds-grants-ceo-bonus-872/

The banker above is the latest, below are past bonuses with many still getting the same of not more each year.


$$$$ The Bankers who keep rolling in it. $$$$

2 Figures, their Salaries and included bonuses.


Bank of America:

Kenneth D. Lewis 
Chairman and CEO
$1.5 million    
$24.8 million


Bank of America:

Joe L. Price
Chief Financial Officer
$800,000    
$6.5 million


Bank of America    
Amy Woods Brinkley
Global Risk Executive
$800,000    
$9.3 million


Bank of America    
Barbara J. Desoer
Global Technology and Operations Executive
$800,000    
$10.5 million


Bank of America    
Liam E. McGee
President Global Consumer and Small Business Banking
$800,000    
$12.2 million


Bank of America    
Brian T. Moynihan
President of Global Corporate and Investment Banking
$718,859    
$10.1 million


Bank of America    
R. Eugene Taylor
Former Vice Chairman and Former President, Global Corporate and Investment Banking
$800,000    
$3.3 million


Citigroup    
Sir Winfried Bischoff
Chairman
$373,734    
$6.1 million


Citigroup    
Vikram Pandit
CEO
$250,000    
573,813


Citigroup    
Gary Crittenden
Chief Financial Officer
$403,410    
$19.4 million


Citigroup    
Sallie Krawcheck
Chair and CEOGWM
$500,000    
$7.1 million


Citigroup    
Lewis Kaden
Vice Chairman
$500,000    
$6.8 million


Citigroup    
Michael Klein
CEO- Global Banking
$212,500    
$7.9 million


Citigroup    
Stephen Volk
Vice Chairman
$212,500    
$7.6 million


Citigroup    
Charles Prince
Former Chairman and CEO
$1 million    
$15.1 million


Goldman Sachs    
Lloyd C. Blankfein
Chairman and CEO
$600,000    
$70.3 million


Goldman Sachs    
Gary D. Cohn
President and Chief Operating Officer
$600,000    
$72.5 million


Goldman Sachs     Jon Winkelried
President and Chief Operating Officer
$600,000    
$71.5 million


Goldman Sachs    
David A. Viniar
Chief Financial Officer
$600,000    
$58.5 million


Goldman Sachs    
Edward C. Forst
Chief Administrative Officer
$600,000    
$49.1 million


JP Morgan Chase    
James Dimon
Chairman and CEO
$1 million    
$27.8 million


JP Morgan Chase    
Michael J. Cavanagh
Chief financial officer
$500,000    
$8.3 million


JP Morgan Chase    
Steven D. Black
Co-CEO Investment Bank
$400,000    
$20.9 million


JP Morgan Chase    
James E. Staley
CEO Asset Management
$400,000    
$16.7 million


JP Morgan Chase    
William T. Winters
Co-CEO Investment Bank
$564,379    
$21.2 million


Merrill Lynch    
John A. Thain
Chief Executive Officer
$57,692    
$17.3 million
   

Merrill Lynch
Nelson Chai
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
$34,615    
$1.7 million


Merrill Lynch    
Gregory J. Fleming
President & Chief Operating Officer
$350,000    
$27.4 million


Merrill Lynch    
Robert J. McCann
Executive Vice
350,000    
$5 million


Merrill Lynch    
Jeffrey N. Edwards
Former Chief Financial Officer
$275,000    
$2.6 million


Merrill Lynch    
E. Stanley O Neal
Former Chief Executive Officer
$584,231    
$24.3 million


Merrill Lynch    
Ahmass L. Fakahany
Former Co-President and Co-Chief Operating Officer
$350,000    
$4.6 million


Merrill Lynch    
Dow Kim
Former Executive Vice President
$309,615    
$14.5 million


Morgan Stanley    
John J. Mack
Chairman and CEO
$800,000    
$1.6 million


Morgan Stanley    
Colm Kelleher
Chief Financial Officer
$339,603    
$21 million


Morgan Stanley    
David H. Sidwell
Former Chief Financial Officer
$275,000    
$14.6 million


Morgan Stanley     Robert W. Scully
Co-President
$500,000    
$15.2 million


Morgan Stanley    
Gary G. Lynch
Chief Legal Officer
$300,000    
$11.9 million


Morgan Stanley    
Thomas R. Nides
Chief Administrative Officer
$300,000    
$6.3 million


New York Mellon Bank    
Robert P. Kelly
Chief Executive Officer
$975,000     
$20.1 million


New York Mellon Bank    
Thomas A. Renyi
Executive Chairman
$1 million    
$22.2 million


New York Mellon Bank    
Gerald L. Hassell
President
$800,000     
$11.8 million


New York Mellon Bank    
Bruce W. Van Saun
Vice Chariman and Chief Financial Officer
$650,000    
$8.9 million


New York Mellon Bank    
Steven G. Elliott
Senior Vice Chairman
$675,000    
$19.7 million


New York Mellon Bank    
Ronald P. O'Hanley
Vice Chairman
$675,000
$11.5 million


State Street Corp.    
Ronald E. Logue
Chief Executive Officer
$1 million    
$28.3 million


State Street Corp.    
Edward J. Resch
Chief Financial Officer
$650,000    
$6.6 million


State Street Corp.    
Joseph L. Hooley
Vice Chairman
$725,000    
$10.3 million


State Street Corp.    
Joseph C. Antonellis
Vice Chairman
$675,000    
$9 million


State Street Corp.    
James S. Phalen
Executive Vice President
$480,000    
$7 million


Wells Fargo    
Richard M. Kovacevich
Chairman
$995,000    
$22.9 million


Wells Fargo    
John G. Stumpf
President & Chief Executive Officer
$749,615    
$12.6 million


Wells Fargo    
Howard I. Atkins
Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
$600,000    
$5.1 million


Wells Fargo    
David A. Hoyt
Senior Executive Vice President, Wholesale Banking
$600,000    
$6.4 million


Wells Fargo    
Mark C. Oman
Senior Executive Vice President, Home & Consumer Finance
$600,000    
$6.4 million


Wells Fargo    
Carrie L. Tolstedt
Senior Executive Vice President, Community Banking
$495,192    
$4 million

Other Links:
http://www.theguardian.com/business/executive-pay-bonuses

http://theconversation.com/the-hidden-cost-of-curbing-banker-bonuses-22012

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bankers%27_bonuses

http://www.ft.com/indepth/bank-bonuses

http://rt.com/search/everywhere/term/Bankers+bonuses/


More:

http://www.ft.com/indepth/bank-bonuses


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bankers%27_bonuses
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[ Did you know, 6 million children die of hunger every year? This number is increasing, sadly many charities fleece millions of donated dollars, it seems like a solution is difficult, because the people in charge or who can do something about it, are corrupt, greedy or selfish, then there are those who just don't give a damn].

Sadly, the aid that is donated and given to poor countries, is either help up from Government Red Tape, stopped for customs checks and then the food goes off or bad, stolen then sold, stolen and destroyed or just sits there and is has to be thrown out.

There are some positive stories out there but not enough.

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A MESSAGE TO ALL RICH BANKERS....

Get together and make it a goal to helping children who are starving, but first, get all together in our own cities and start helping those starving including the homeless in your own city.

Then work towards spreading the solution once you have experience to other cities and move on.

Focus on a country, city or village and work on seeing your money going towards something wonderful that you can gain respect from.

Some of you rich Bankers have cars worth more then peoples homes or diamonds worth so much, you can buy every family a small home in their village.

STOP BEING SO GREEDY!!!!!!!!!!

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CEO's of MONSANTO is so rich they could help people grow their own food, but they are so greedy they prefer to sell them the seeds and patent them. WTH is that.

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A MESSAGE TO ALL GOVERNMENTS...

Start doing something to control all of the above, STOP these ridiculous Golden handshakes worth millions and these bonuses, they are crazy no wonder general family's are struggling.

High Interest Rates
High Fees
High Charges
Account fees every month (For what? holding our money they get interest on?)
Late Fees
Overdrawn Fees

The list just goes on and on and all this money is going to CEO's, it is just outrageous.

Start looking after the people, start keeping an eye on all these charities and what they are doing with all the money.

List of the worlds RICHEST charities WTF?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wealthiest_charitable_foundations

http://www.ranker.com/list/richest-charities-in-the-world/worlds-richest-people-lists

http://www.forbes.com/top-charities/

QUESTION: How can a Charity be RICH? they must not be giving out much money to the needy for whom the people donated it for.

http://www.jagranjosh.com/general-knowledge/top-10-wealthiest-charitable-organizations-in-the-world-1318577183-1

R U KIDDING ME!! Have a look at those figures in these links above this is a scam and an outrage, no wonder kids are still starving.

SOLVE IT GOVERNMENTS, OR STEP ASIDE FOR THOSE WHO WILL.

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A MESSAGE TO ALL CHARITIES.....

STOP using donated money from people who think they are helping the very cause you say you need it for.

We do not want to hear BULLSHIT about this and that, about needing this car or house or office ect NO MORE, these figures above in these links show you have PLENTY of money, not to mention the interest you must be getting on all that donated ca$h.

We are stating to know what the truth is, and very soon people will STOP giving you money anymore since your have MILLIONS stored away in nice big bank accounts, SCREW you all, your suppose to help those in need not those in GREED!!!!!

Shame on you who are guilty of deceit and lying to the people.

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