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Sep 1, 2014

15% YoY for middle of the pack is how our comp system works (MBB). more for high performers (call it 25 or 30% top end)

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Sep 1, 2014

Here is a helpful link for salary progression (page 7):
https://charlesaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05...

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Nov 25, 2014

Thanks for the link. The annual salary figures don't make sense though. Looking at 2011 MBAs, the graph on page seven states that a y.o.y. increase for this cohort is N/A. If the report is treating "2011 MBA" to mean a 2013 graduate, this would be inconsistent with both the starting salary and the existence of a 2012 Undergrad column (would instead be a 2008 Undergrad).

Nov 29, 2014

Agreed. It looks like they got undergrad data a year before MBA data. I interpret the first u/g tranche as "starting analyst salary" and the first MBA tranche as "after 1 year and 1 raise."

Sep 7, 2014

Another rough guideline for MBB: 5-10% in non-promotion years. 15-30% at promotions. Bonus % starting at 25-35% of base and rising to 50-100% (pre-partner).

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Nov 27, 2014
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