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BrilloPad
23rd October 2015, 07:09
British trainee bankers at JP Morgan sacked after cheating at 'basic' maths test - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/11948378/British-trainee-bankers-at-JP-Morgan-sacked-after-cheating-at-basic-maths-test.html)

This is a disgrace and must be stopped. Training must be improved.

Everyone knows the bankers are lying cheating scum. But getting caught!! :eek: :eek: :eek:

Zero Liability
23rd October 2015, 11:01
Given the comments by JP Morgan in the article, that does seem to be the appropriate inference. :)

TykeMerc
23rd October 2015, 11:42
Indeed, the offence was being caught, not being bent. :bang:

Welcome to the morals of new millennium.

BrilloPad
23rd October 2015, 12:41
Indeed, the offence was being caught, not being bent. :bang:

Welcome to the morals of new millennium.

Its like child abuse. It always happened. Only now are we finding out about it.

AtW
23rd October 2015, 12:58
If they could not cheat on a basic test without being caught then they are not fit to be bankers!!!

Brownie points for trying though, perhaps they could work for DodgyAgent?

MrMarkyMark
23rd October 2015, 13:25
If they could not cheat on a basic test without being caught then they are not fit to be bankers!!!

Exactly. I worry about the next wave of banking talent coming through.
Maybe, they will ruin our banking industry entirely :eyes.

BrilloPad
23rd October 2015, 14:39
Can you pass a 'basic' maths test for investment bankers? - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/11950474/Can-you-pass-a-basic-maths-test-for-investment-bankers.html)

Though that is the test for public consumption. The real test :-

What is 1+1?

And the correct answer - whatever makes the most money for the bank.

AtW
23rd October 2015, 14:41
What is 1+1?

Correct answer is 10.

HTH