Top U.K. Bankers May Skirt 50% Bonus Tax

Some of London’s top bankers may circumvent the recently announced 50% bonus tax by claiming their advisory businesses are not banks, and thus not covered.

  • 11 Dec 2009
Some of London’s top bankers may circumvent the recently announced 50% bonus tax by claiming their advisory businesses are not banks, and thus not covered. Firms such as Lazard, NM Rothschild, Greenhill and Perella Weinberg reportedly may argue that they are not banks since they do not take ...

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