Jenkins under fire for Barclays bonus culture

James Salmon
April 2014
Daily Mail;4/23/2014, p56
BARCLAYS boss Antony Jenkins has come under fire for trying to clean up the culture of the bank while dishing out huge bonuses to investment bankers.


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