Top UK bankers at this firm paid average twice as much as U.S rivals

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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