Should Citigroup's Top Trader Be Paid $100 Million?
Should Citigroup pay its top trader $100 million? And who's the top trader looking at a pay package worth $100 million, anyway?
It's Andrew J. Hall, the man at the helm of Citi’s energy trading unit, Phibro. Citi is contractually obligated to pay Hall a percentage of profits and he brought in a quarter of a billion in revenues over the past 6 months.
But after Citi took $45 billion in TARP money from the government, should Hall still receive this level of compensation?
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