Bankers in High Court over £42m 'unpaid' bonuses


More than 100 London investment bankers have launched a claim in the High Court for £42m in unpaid bonuses.

Andrew Hochhauser QC, representing 21 of the 104 bankers, accused German banking giant Commerzbank of trying to "move the goalposts" when it enacted a clause permitting it to cut bonuses by 90% in the...

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