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Payback time

21 July 2011 By Margaret Doyle

Sluggish markets and higher capital charges are forcing investment banks to cut expenses. In the past, they could save cash by pruning bonuses. But bigger base salaries and more deferred compensation mean banks have little choice but to axe headcount.

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