I am in the final stage of interviews with a small regional bank that has a wealth management division that manages $1B in assets. The position is a generalist equity research role with some trading components but is part of a 6 person team which consists of 3 PMs, a head trader, CIO, and this future person.
I am wondering if this will pigeon hole me later for moving into a ER role at a larger firm whether that is SS, HF, AM. Also, if anyone could shed some light on what the comp may be for a position like this for both an analyst and a Portfolio Manager compared to what you would be making at a sell-side firm or larger AM. The firm charges only a fee on AUM and has grown from $600mm over the past couple of years. I also have a few first round interviews coming up for SS ER roles.
Any advice would be much appreciated.