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One chart which will tell you whether you work for a top tier bank

The chart below is out today from Coalition, the banking analytics company which is a subsidiary of Standard & Poor's. We are presenting it without comment, except to say that it appears you might want to work for J.P. Morgan, or maybe Goldman Sachs,

Coalition league table 2013

Coalition key(Due to the formatting of the site, the chart is a bit squeezed. Click the image to see the chart at the correct width.)

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AUTHORSarah Butcher Global Editor
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    shaman
    13 June 2013

    Personally, if I wanted to work for any of the above, it would be one that 1) is actually solvent, 'Harry Potter' accounting aside; and 2) not involved in illegal activities, whether market manipulation or money laundering. That makes a somewhat circumscribed list.

    Doesn't eFC have anything better to report?

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