How does your remuneration package compare? Asset Management Salary Survey Update.
The Savvy Content Team has updated this unique list of the best UK and European asset management salary surveys. The surveys below cover compensation for a variety of asset management roles, with some surveys showing total remuneration including bonus levels, in both front and back office (as well as some accounting and finance positions.) We monitor and update these Salary Surveys on a quarterly basis.
Mason Blake's Salary Survey details remuneration levels across the investment industry for a wide range of differing roles. More detailed analysis by role and experience is provided.
Idex presents the 2020 UK Wealth Management Salary Guide which offers insights into salaries in both London and the regions.
This document by BranWell Ford provides important insights into salary and benefits packages for the UK pensions sector.
Page Executive offers key observations regarding remuneration packages in the asset management and banking industries in this 20-page report.
The new pay for analysts and associates in London investment banks (efinancialcareers blog, Apr 2020)
Dartmouth Partners' salary and bonus survey for banks reveal how much an investment banking analyst or associate might make in 2020, and which banks pay more (or less) than others.
Financial News offers insight into salary and bonus levels across the major investment banks after the latest bonus awards. Data is provided for a range of London-based analytical and associate roles.
This short survey lists salary expectations for venture capital, real estate, private equity, infrastructure, and mezzanine debt roles in sterling terms.
Recruit UK's 2020 report is a survey of financial adviser and paraplanner salaries and also contains key trends for the UK market.
Robert Half presents information relating to benchmark salary ranges for professionals in finance and accounting industry roles.
The Morgan McKinley salary survey focuses on the UK including both permanent and contractual roles in banking, accounting & finance.
CMA Recruitment Group provides data about UK remuneration in the accounting and finance industries, as well as other job functions.
Randstaad's 30-page guide offers valuable insights into remuneration packages across a wide variety of roles in the financial services sector.
Robert Walters present their annual UK Salary Survey which provides both regional and London-based salary guidance for many professions, including a section on Investment Management.
Fancy a change? Based upon data submitted from UK investment professionals, this report highlights the most outlandish salaries in banking.
Aquis Search offers insights into salaries and recruiting trends across both the EMEA region and a number of different roles within the investment management industry.
This 94-page salary survey from Lincoln Recruitment Specialists contains a detailed section on salaries within the fund services and asset management, accounting, finance, banking, and capital markets sectors. It also includes some helpful commentary on the outlook for the Irish economy.
This survey from Brightwater provides helpful insights into compensation trends within the Irish financial services industry.
This is the 10th survey from Abrivia on the Irish recruitment market covering insights into the economy plus salary reports in the insurance, compliance and risk job sectors.
This year’s survey includes responses from 440 private equity professionals working across Europe and Africa, as well as a section dedicated to private capital compensation in France.
Robert Walter’s annual European Salary Survey is an invaluable repository of information across a wide range of professions including banking and finance, legal, IT and HR.