Brian Moynihan, Bank of America. Only 17.5% of respondents thought he was worth his 2010 bonus.
Over 3,000 industry professionals took part in our quick poll to establish whether 10 top firm CEOs were worth their 2010 bonus payouts.
Here are the results:
1. Brian Moynihan (Bank of America - $8.9m) - 66.7% of respondents said he wasn't worth his 2010 bonus, 15.8% were undecided, the remainder said he was worth the money.
2. John Stumpf - (Wells Fargo - $11.8m) - 63.0%, 17.5%
3. Stephen Hester (Royal Bank of Scotland - $10.4m) - 58.0%, 11.6%
4. Lloyd Blankfein (Goldman Sachs - $12.4m) - 52.7%, 13.7%
5. Bob Diamond (Barclays - $10.5m) - 48.3%, 11.1%
6. Stuart Gulliver (HSBC - $4.7m) - 43.5%, 16.3%
7. Peter Sands (Standard Chartered - $3.5m) - 41.4%, 16.5%
8. Jamie Dimon (JPMorgan Chase - $17.3m) - 40.5%, 10.3%
60.4% of respondents said that Citi CEO Vikram Pandit was right to take no bonus for his work in 2010, and 59.6% supported the decision of UBS CEO Oswald Gruebel, who also refused a bonus. Interestingly, 30.4% of respondents thought that Pandit should have taken a bonus, and 28.9% thought likewise about Gruebel.