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Blick ins Portemonnaie: Was Analysten derzeit in London verdienen

Das britische Beratungsunternehmen Cornell Partnership hat sich auf die Vermittlung von Berufseinsteigern spezialisiert. Für eFinancialCareers hat Cornell Partnership ermittelt, was die Investmentbanken in London derzeit ihren Analysten zahlen. Bei Analysten handelt es sich üblicherweise um Berufseinsteiger in ihren ersten drei Berufsjahren.


Analyst 1:


Barclays Capital

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 28k

Mean total compensation 73k


Citigroup

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 27k

Mean total compensation 72k


Credit Suisse

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 30k

Mean total compensation 75k


Deutsche Bank

Mean base 42k

Mean bonus 30.5k

Mean total compensation 72.5k


Goldman Sachs

Mean base 42k

Mean bonus 33k

Mean total compensation 75k


Jefferies

Mean base 42k

Mean bonus 33k

Mean total compensation 75k


JP Morgan

Mean base 42k

Mean bonus 34k

Mean total compensation 76k


Macquarie

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 21.5k

Mean total compensation 66.5k


Morgan Stanley

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 42k

Mean total compensation 87k


Nomura

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 31.5k

Mean total compensation 76.5k


Rothschild

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 24k

Mean total compensation 69k


UBS

Mean base 45k

Mean bonus 32.5k

Mean total compensation 77.5k


Analyst 2:


Barclays Capital

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 41k

Mean total compensation 91k


Citigroup

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 36k

Mean total compensation 86k


Credit Suisse

Mean base 51k

Mean bonus 53k

Mean total compensation 104k


Deutsche Bank

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 49k

Mean total compensation 99k


Goldman Sachs

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 43k

Mean total compensation 93k


Jefferies

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 40k

Mean total compensation 90k


JP Morgan

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 46k

Mean total compensation 96k


Macquarie

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 30k

Mean total compensation 80k


Morgan Stanley

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 46k

Mean total compensation 96k


Nomura

Mean base 52k

Mean bonus 34k

Mean total compensation 86k


Rothschild

Mean base 55k

Mean bonus 27k

Mean total compensation 82k


UBS

Mean base 50k

Mean bonus 45k

Mean total compensation 95k


Analyst 3:


Barclays Capital

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 58k

Mean total compensation 115k


Citigroup

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 55.5k

Mean total compensation 112.5k


Credit Suisse

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 55k

Mean total compensation 112.5k


Deutsche Bank

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 56k

Mean total compensation 113k


Goldman Sachs

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 58.5k

Mean total compensation 115.5k


Jefferies

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 43k

Mean total compensation 100k


JP Morgan

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 56k

Mean total compensation 113k


Macquarie

Mean base 60k

Mean bonus 54k

Mean total compensation 114k


Morgan Stanley

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 62k

Mean total compensation 119k


Nomura

Mean base 60k

Mean bonus 60k

Mean total compensation 120k


Rothschild

Mean base 62.5k

Mean bonus 45.5k

Mean total compensation 108k


UBS

Mean base 57k

Mean bonus 53.5k

Mean total compensation 110.5k

Es handelt sich um eine statistische Erhebung aufgrund unserer Daten – die tatsächlichen Vergütungen können unter Umständen abweichen. Weitere Informationen sind erhältlich bei Logan Naidu: logan@cornellpartnership.com

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