JLL Capital Markets Analyst

I know this would be a great experience. Don't mean to be someone who spams the forum with information most people aren't interested. Super important to my recruiting right now- Does anyone know the Analyst compensation? Thanks

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  • Intern in RE - Comm
Sep 28, 2021 - 3:19pm

Great place to start. NYC has solid deal flow and from what I've heard good work culture. I don't have anything concrete on comp, but I'd definitely highly consider if you have a full-time offer. They rarely hire outside of their interns for first year.

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Sep 28, 2021 - 3:57pm

Big years like this year have been for the Debt & Structured Finance teams...definitely clearing $130k but depends on what brokers you're working with and what deals you're staffed on. Regular year, I would guess it falls closer to $115-120k. Know there's been discussion at JLL to bump base salaries for Analysts/Associates

Sep 28, 2021 - 5:04pm

Great place to start, I'm at JLL in a major market on the West Coast wrapping up my second year in d/e. Base is around 60k and pulled around 115 my first year and should do around 180k this year. Hours are a lot as you would imagine, but checks all the boxes; exit opps, comp, when you transition to production you're pretty set, so on. Pay structure is 3% of every deal you're on and 1% of every transaction goes into a bonus pool for a total of 4%. Obviously most your check comes from the 3%.

  • Prospect in RE - Comm
Sep 28, 2021 - 5:05pm

Totally thankful for this response! Do you think you're on an above average team?

Sep 28, 2021 - 7:41pm

If it is a good year and you're able to place yourself or be placed on plenty of deals you would do the same or exceed. Tough to tell for many factors, at the end of the day it's still brokerage and there isn't a guarantee on what you're going to make. I do know the NY office has some very strong players that crush it. I will say though, there are a couple of analysts that did much better than myself their first and second year on a comp standpoint. 

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Sep 28, 2021 - 8:57pm

It varies a lot, but I can break it up between high and low months. I would say the high average is in the mid-high 60's to low 70's. Low average is around 50-55. So overall average basing off the highs on the high and lows would be around 62. One thing is I don't work on the weekends and really try to save that time up and enjoy it. One thing that I'm not fond of and would imagine others that are in my shoes can relate is, how hard it is to find time to take a vacation, really have only taken a week vacation. Didn't come in thinking I was going to take much time off as an analyst, but reality kicks in and it makes you want too, I have taken a 3-day weekend a few time for quick trips.  

Sep 29, 2021 - 12:41am

I actually am not sure on exact figures but i know its comparable. Pay structure is same, but you got to realize volume is very different. D/e, you are often juggling many deals at once, could be on 30 live deals at a time, and timing is also quicker. You can be on plenty of these by yourself where as the IS side you usually always have 2 analysts on a deal; one handling the package and the other doing the underwriting. The size of the fee is usually larger on the IS side but it gets split across both analysts. D/e we still have 2 analyst on large complicated deals.

  • Analyst 1 in RE - Comm
Nov 23, 2021 - 6:11am

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Total Avg Compensation

November 2021 Investment Banking

  • Director/MD (10) $853
  • Vice President (40) $360
  • Associates (236) $235
  • 2nd Year Analyst (144) $156
  • 3rd+ Year Analyst (34) $154
  • Intern/Summer Associate (107) $146
  • 1st Year Analyst (514) $136
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