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No, not the UK or the United States, but Holland.
Here's the transcript of an e-mail that was making the rounds in the City this past week.
But Apple and Google Continue to dominate.
The Telegraph reports that The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is said to have told HSBC's Remuneration Committee Chairman John Thornton that some investors remain 'unhappy' with a new executive compensation plan that could mean that bank group CEO Stuart Gulliver walks off with a $20m pay package for 2011.
For the fourth consecutive year, Citigroup turned off the lights in office facilities and retail branches around the world to show its support for environmentally sustainable action.
The Wall Street Journal reports that BarCap's 5-year 'push' for its US leveraged finance unit is paying off, as the firm currently stands in fourth postion in the league table in the first-quarter (up from eighth in the same period in 2010).
The Financial Times reports that Standard Chartered has revealed that its five top earners outside the board made $42m between them for their work in 2010, with CEO Peter Sands also bagging $7.8m (up from $6.9m in 2009), and Mike Rees, the head of the firm's investment banking division, pulling in $14.1m.
It is with deepest regret that the Julius Baer Group has to announce that Mr. Hans J. Baer, father of Julius Baer Group’s Chairman Raymond J. Baer, passed away on 21 March 2011 after a full and rich life at the age of 83.