Citi CEO Opposes Bonus Tax

March 2009
American Banker;3/23/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 55, p11
Trade Publication
The author reports on the opinions of Vikram Pandit, the chief executive of Citigroup Inc., regarding the proposed tax on bonuses given to financial executives. Pandit feels that the tax would make it difficult for the financial services industry to maintain workers. The amount that executive bonuses may be taxed by the U.S. government is mentioned.


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