Investment management and finance roles – what are you worth?
Below is an updated list of Asian and Australian asset management salary surveys that have been uploaded to the Savvy Investor platform. Detailing compensation for asset managers, financial, and back office roles across the Asia Pacific region, including Japan, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, and Indonesia.
The 12th edition of the Hays Asia Salary Guide utilises a resource of over 5,000 employers who collectively employ some six mllion employees. The Guide, published annually, continues to be the key reference tool for both employers and candidates throughout Asia. The Hays Annual Survey Guide provides a comprehensive insight into salary policy and recruitment trends across jurisdictions, whilst also offering additional commentary on employer branding and the economic outlook for the region.
The 6th edition of the Heidrick & Struggles APAC Private Capital Investment Professional Compensation Survey, published annually, not only reviews 2018 private capital deal values across the region, but also offers a unique insight into hiring trends across the region. It also offers an assessment of likely 2019 remuneration packages together with survey data insight from investment professionals on how they view prospects for the coming year.
The 2019 Guide from Funds Partnership offers insights into Asian private equity salaries.
In this annual report and although non-industry specific, Robert Walters presents information regarding global salary trends, highlighting the south east Asia region.
This remuneration guide for Hong Kong financial services professionals draws upon a variety of information sources, including candidates, clients and Hudson's own consultants. Salaries are presented in ranges and are only approximations.
Gemini Global provides brief information about Financial Services compensation in Hong Kong.
Morgan McKinley provides an invaluable resource regarding salary data for front office positions in Hong Kong, both through their website, or alternatively via the links for a range of financial services sector roles.
This guide, which is compiled from salary information obtained from numerous market sources across Asia, including candidates, clients and Hudson’s own consultants. This issue focuses specifically on roles within Accounting and Finance.
Morgan McKinley provides an invaluable resource regarding salary data for front office positions in Singapore, both through their website, or alternatively via the links for a range of financial services sector roles.
The section between pages 17-20 in this Links International Salary Snapshot provides information for asset management salaries in Hong Kong, Singapore and China.
Salary information and recruiting trends for Hong Kong financial professionals are provided in this report from Aquis.
This report includes 2018 Japan salaries across roles in Accounting & Finance, Banking and Financial Services.
The 19th edition of the Robert Walters annual Salary Survey is based on the analysis of permanent, interim and contract placements made across each of recruitment disciplines during within Japan in 2017, and predictions for the year ahead.
The 20th edition of the Robert Walters annual Salary Survey is based on the analysis of permanent, interim and contract placements made across each of recruitment disciplines during within Japan in 2017, and predictions for the year ahead.
Compensation details for a range of industries is provided in the Hays salary Guide. Page 30 takes you to Information concerning finance and accounting positions in Australia and New Zealand.
This Robert Walters survey shows salaries for a variety of back office and accounting roles across Australia and New Zealand.
Salary information for the accounting and finance industries across Australia, is presented in this Hudson report, with a focus on the large metropolitan areas.