Some tycoons are known for being frugal. Walmart's Jim Walton is said to drive an old Dodge Dakota, while IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad reportedly sticks to coach when flying. And Warren Buffett hasn't moved out of the home he bought for $31,500 in 1958.
But not all executives have such modest tastes -- and some are downright ostentatious. We suspect that in this, a year of resurgent bank profits and what many expect will be record bonuses, Wall Streeters are set for a celebratory holiday season.
So we compiled a catalog of some of the most insanely extravagant and exclusive items on Wall Street's wish lists this year -- gifts that we think would impress even those who are already flush and gilded.
Check out our gift guide for finance's super rich below: