Here's an interesting compensation fact we found on the net this week.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged a longtime Bernie Madoff employee with fraud for his role in creating fake trades to facilitate the massive Ponzi scheme.
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The Court-appointed trustee overseeing the US side of MF Global's bankruptcy has said that the 'shortfall', or monies missing from the business, could hit $1.2bn - double the $600m authorities were initially thought to be investigating.
Our Highly Placed Professional takes a look at one possible version of our future.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Fox Business, New York Post and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
The UK's High Pay Commission’s year-long inquiry into pay at the top of UK companies has found evidence that excessive high pay damages companies, is bad for the economy and has negative impacts on society as a whole.
The boutique investment bank Moelis & Company on Thursday reported a higher fourth-quarter profit, though its results fell short of Wall Street’s expectations.
Imagine, if you can, a world in which the big banks subscribe to a code of conduct that includes a pledge that “we seek no more than a level of profit commensurate with the value we create for our customers”.
The top tax partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kevin Nicholson, misled parliament over complex Luxembourg financing structures the accountancy firm helped to set up for scores of multinationals to avoid tax, according to MPs.