Carnegie’s bonus decision leads to Norwegian defection

John Olaisen, chief analyst for Carnegie in Norway has reportedly jumped to competitor ABG Sundal Collier as a result of the Nordic bank’s decision to limit bonuses.

Carnegie’s decision on bonuses – as covered earlier on InvestmentEurope – came after the company faced a challenging 2011, leading chief executive Frans Lindelöw to comment that remuneration had to be viewed “over a longer period”.

Olaisen’s move comes in the footsteps of Rachid Bendriss, former head of equity and analysis, who resigned last year around the same time his boss Anders Onarheim left after 16 years at the bank, reported Dagens Næringsliv.

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