Private Equity salary surveys – Q2 2020
Savvy Investor curates the best white papers and institutional investment content from across the web and tailors your own experience to match your unique interests within the institutional investment industry. Historically, some of our most viewed papers have been surveys of compensation packages across a variety of asset management roles. Here are the most recent surveys on private equity salaries.
Private equity companies employ many different types of operating professionals within their portfolio companies. Heidrick & Struggles takes a look at PE operating professionals' salaries and compensation trends.
This presentation by Johnson Associates discusses compensation trends in U.S. asset management, hedge funds and private equity, and the actions financial services firms might take against a backdrop of Coronavirus and systemic industry pressures.
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.
This year’s survey includes a review of 2018 private capital activity in Asia Pacific, plus thoughts on the major hiring trends for investment professionals.
In their 2019 Salary Guide, the Funds Partnership provides insights from over 2,000 contacts in the Asia Pacific Region.
This report by Preqin explores the compensation and employment trends emerging in the world of private capital. 65% of firms expect to increase the size of their workforce in 2018, proving the demand for talent continues to grow.
How much money do investors in the private markets make? The answer to that question depends on the type of investment firm and the particular investor's role. This Pitchbook/J.Thelander Consulting survey provides some hard-to-find compensation data.
In today’s market of ever increasing dry powder and high valuations, institutional investors (limited partners, or LPs) are increasingly scrutinizing their relationships with fund managers (general partners, or GPs), and talent remains at the core of most investment decisions.
This report highlights the responses about salaries, bonuses, and carried interest plans from more than 100 private capital professionals in the Nordic region.
This 20-page document by Page Executive provides important insights into salary and benefits packages for the banking and asset management industries.
Emolument reports that the average salary for a VP in a Asset Gathering/Fundraising role is $123,000 per year.
WSO offer a brief insight into US private equity compensation data.
Private Equity Focus: Building Portfolio Companies' Talent Advantage For the Downturn (Heidrick & Struggles, 2019)
To overcome market headwinds, leading PE firms are focusing on four areas of corporate performance that this paper indicates are the most crucial for companies to build and change momentum more quickly than their competitors.
This paper by Heidrick & Struggles offer empirical analysis connecting the timing of general partner (GP) compensation to private equity fund performance.