It clearly pays to be at this firm.
Goldman Sachs paid its top bankers in the U.K. an average of $4.72m in 2013, about double what its largest U.S. rivals awarded to their most senior workers in Britain.
Bloomberg News reports that the 121 employees received $106.3m in cash bonuses and stock valued at $377.4m at the end of 2013 in addition to salaries of $87.3m, according to Goldman Sachs regulatory disclosures for U.K. operations. More than two-thirds of the total went to investment-bank employees.
Bank of America awarded 110 employees an average of $2.54 million each, according to its filing. Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Citigroup Inc. paid their top U.K. staff an average of $2.39 million, $2.37 million and $2.13 million, respectively.
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