Senior executives are planning to increase the bonus pool for investment bankers by more than 40%, while sales and trading operations could see a rise of more than 30% on average, according to the report.
U.S. banks are back to sweetening bonuses after a disastrous year in 2020, when COVID-19 hit markets and forced many to layoff workers and slash bonuses.
Compensation firm Johnson Associates Inc said in November that bonuses for Wall Street staffers were expected to be at their highest last year since 2009, with investment bankers and equities traders in line for the biggest payouts.
Bank of America declined to comment on the report.
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