The data was collected. The numbers were crunched. The results are in.
This report analyzes data related to cash compensation earned, levels of equity sharing, work satisfaction and much more. It also seeks to clarify fund performance and how that relates to pay expectations. This report is unique in that figures are based solely on data collected directly from hundreds of hedge fund professionals.
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. While this is primarily a North American based report, the data also includes responses from the UK and around the world.
We hope you will find the Report helpful as you negotiate your compensation package, establish benchmarks for your firm’s compensation policies, or set goals for your own professional development.
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Some of the questions answered in this report include:
- What are the compensation average and ranges by title?
- What is the balance between base vs. bonus payouts?
- Which titles earn the most and how has their comp changed?
- Who shares in the upside and how does that affect their cash comp?
- How does fund performance affect pay?
- How does fund size affect pay?
- Impact of hours worked on compensation?
- and MANY 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 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, Morgan Stanley, Peak 6, and UBS have participated in the survey.