A Comprehensive Guide to Hedge Fund Compensation
Annually we conduct a comprehensive compensation survey to reveal insights into the changing landscape of hedge fund compensation. The results are now published and tell an interesting story.
There are typically three primary drivers in the compensation formula: experience, performance of the fund, and size of the fund. Regarding fund size, bigger is not necessarily better. Although the hedge fund industry is often referred to as a meritocracy, the report indicates a disconnection between individual performance and fund performance. Primarily a North American based report, the data also includes responses from the UK and around the world.
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With more than 40 detailed charts and graphs, we have prepared this report to help you learn about hedge fund compensation practices and benchmark market rate compensation. Some of the data includes:
- Base vs. Bonus – broken out by level of earnings
- Expected Final Compensation This Year vs. Last Year
- Average Compensation by Title
- Cash Compensation by Fund Size for most common titles
- Full table of Earnings by Title (mean and ranges)
- Hours Worked per Week
- Vacation Earned vs. Taken
- Upside Sharing by Title
- And MUCH more!
The Hedge Fund Compensation Report has grown to become the most complete benchmark for hedge fund compensation practices in the industry. The Report represents a compensation benchmark resource that is comprehensive, reliable and affordable.
Over the years firms such as Apollo Global Management, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of New York Mellon, Barclays Global Investors, Black River, Brightpoint Capital, Carlson, Citadel, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Fountain Advisors LLC, HSBC, Kellogg Capital Group, Lansdowne Partners, JP Morgan Chase, Man Investments, RBC, Silver Point Capital, Peak 6, and UBS have participated in the survey.