One recruiter says its mailbox has been jammed with CVs from outraged Deutsche staff who are not on what insiders call the “retention list.” Some of these come-and-get-me pleas are from people with at least ten years’ service, complaining that the bank has no regard for loyalty or performance.

“It’s a dramatic decision Deutsche made,” says Alan Johnson, a veteran pay consultant. “They knew there’d be big fallout.”

Fortune / February 3, 2017