UK and European Salaries in Asset management – how do you compare?
Our Content Team has updated this unique list of the best UK and European asset management salary surveys. The surveys below cover a variety of asset management roles, within both front and back office, as well as some accounting and finance positions.
This 20-page document by Page Executive provides important insights into salary and benefits packages for the banking and asset management industries.
The FT provides a list of the top UK asset management firms and their gender pay gaps for pay and bonuses.
Covering UK salaries across accountacy & finance, operations, compliance, distribution & marketing, risk management and investment management.
How much you should earn as an investment banker in your 20s, 30s and 40s (efinancialcareers, Jun 2018)
This compensation chart from Financial News provides benchmark salary levels. It covers investment banking division jobs, using data from Dartmouth Partners and Arkesden.
This survey reveals compensation levels across a variety of investment roles, covering marketing and distribution, investment analysis, finance, risk & compliance, and investment operations. The analysis is split by role and experience.
This article from Financial News reports on levels of salary and bonus, bank-by-bank, following the most recent bonus round. Compensation is shown across a variety of tiers of analyst and associate grades.
A UK salary guide for those working in wealth management and financial advisor / paraplanner type roles.
This 38-page salary guide from Robert Half shows benchmark levels of compensation for roles within banking and financial services, accounting and finance.
This salary survey by Robert McKinley focuses on the UK, specifically the accounting & finance, banking, back office, project management, HR and IT sectors.
The new UK Corporate Governance Code came into effect this year. It includes some far reaching changes, and the year ahead will be a period of review and change for many companies. Against this backdrop, 2018 had been a mixed year in the FTSE 250 executive pay environment. In terms of pay outcomes, the picture was relatively stable. Overall pay levels had fallen for FTSE 250 chief executives and we had seen continued momentum in companies adopting executive alignment features such as holding periods, as well as strengthening shareholding guidelines for executives. Indeed, these should now be seen as ‘normal’ practice rather than ‘best practice’.
This is Robert Walter's 19th Annual European Salary Survey. The survey provides important salary information on a variety of European professions including accounting and finance, banking, IT, legal, human resources, and more.
This 69-page salary survey from Lincoln Recruitment Specialists contains a detailed section on salaries within the accounting, finance, banking, and capital markets sectors. Turn to pages 16-27.
Demand for talent from all subsectors of private capital continued. Over 50% of all respondents had no change in their year-over-year base salary from 2016 to 2017, while 33% reported an increase during the same period.
This report by Heidrick & Struggles includes the results of a wide-ranging survey and presents market insights to help asset management firms build their teams and strategies.
This report highlights the responses about salaries, bonuses, and carried interest plans from more than 100 private capital professionals working in the Nordic countries.
See pages 65-67 for Irish salaries in asset management, back office and compliance roles.
This 25-page report from the panel surveys the salary marketplace across a variety of rolesm including those in Funds & Investment Management, Banking & Treasury.