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  2. I cant find much in the way of compensation for real estate other then the summary page from the HR consultant that is floating around here, so I thought maybe people will be willing to describe what they do, their market, and what their compensation look ...

    +30 432 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  3. I've come to the conclusion NYC is not for me. More power to all of you whose dream is working on the street, it's just not for me. Cost of living is too high. Hours are too long. Taxes are too high. Where in the country is the best balance betw ...

    +1 152 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  4. I was recently offered a position to join the valuations desk of a MF PE Shop. I am from a nontarget and my ultimate goal is to eventually go to a M7 program for my MBA. Would taking this BO job hinder my ability to make that transition? Also, does anyone ...

    +4 23 comments12 Feb 2019 -

  5. What is Canada comp like?

    Private Equity

    Hey everyone I just have a quick question about PE in Canada. What are the comps like at the big Canadian PE shops (Onex, Birch Hill, etc)? What are the comps like working at a PE arm of a pension fund? Is IBD or PE generally better in terms of long-term ...

    +6 35 comments17 Apr 2018 -

  6. I haven't seen one of these in a while, so I figured I would start one. I am a Vice President in equity research, with coverage of a selection of stocks (from mid to small cap firms) within a large sector. I'm at a top 10 bank. Ask me about how ...

    +22 108 comments2 Jul 2016 -

  7. Hello all, Long time lurker and first time poster. I just wanted to share how much WSO has helped me. 4 Years ago I was a no-name at a no-name university and had nearly failed out of High-school. I decided one day to sit down and change my life (after rec ...

    +12 27 comments14 Apr 2018 -

  8. So I've been lurking on this forum and searching quite a bit on info regarding Valuation, Big 4, and CFA. I've read some good info, but I had a few questions I was hoping to get answers for. Quick Background: Accounting Grad student Late 20' ...

    +3 97 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  9. leaving IB, next steps...

    Investment Banking

    I'm confused. I used to post on here a couple of years ago, most of what I posted was bullsh*t. The truth is I was in my final year at university, I'd just done an internship, wasn't sure how I felt about it as a prospective life, and I wan ...

    +73 62 comments16 Jan 2019 -

  10. Jefferies Pay

    Investment Banking

    How is Jefferies these days? Jefferies Pay So how does the pay at jefferies stack up against the averages? This table illustrates the historical pay from '13 to '15 at the analyst and associate level. 2013 2014 2015 Analyst Base: 75.0 Bonus: 47. ...

    +2 126 comments21 Feb 2017 -

  11. Let's try to keep a running list going as people go through full-time recruiting and even starting for internships next year. The following list is just from people I know personally. Feel free to expand in the comments. Confirmed pay jump: Goldman C ...

    +5 284 comments13 Oct 2014 -

  12. After over one year in the making, the 2013 WSO Compensation Report is here! Access to the FULL 108 page 2013 WSO Compensation Report is 100% free. This report contains thousands of data points across investment banking, private equity, hedge funds and ma ...

    +4 141 comments9 Jul 2013 -

  13. Hi all, On a throwaway for obvious reasons. Would like to get a sense from others in the NYC area if I'm being underpaid or not given tenor, fund size, and responsibilities to get a sense for market Experience- 5 years total (2 banking, 3 PE at MF), ...

    +2 15 comments3 Jun 2019 -

  14. Got Corp Dev Offer- Compensation?

    Corporate Finance, Development and Strategy

    Got an offer as a senior associate (I think it's the same as a senior manager?) in corporate development. All-in it looks like it would range from $200-$275k (salary is $165k). Is this where the market is for a senior associate / senior manager in co ...

    +4 22 comments12 Jun 2018 -

  15. PE Associate Compensation

    Private Equity

    I'd like to start this thread to assimilate compensation numbers for associates in PE megafunds and MM funds. Base + Cash bonus + stock bonus + any carry if offered. Private Equity Associate Compensation Starting a career in top private equity fund i ...

    +2 60 comments15 Mar 2018 -

  16. 2015 IBD Summer Analyst Comp

    Investment Banking

    Can pretty much confirm all these numbers. Summer will be pro-rated on base of: Bulges: GS: 85k + 1.5k stipend JPM: 85k + 2.5k stipend MS: 85k + 0.5x overtime + 2k stipend CS: 85k + 0.5x overtime +2k stipend UBS: 85k + 0.5x overtime + 2k stipend Citi: 85k ...

    +4 87 comments27 Feb 2015 -

  17. Hedge Fund Structure Over the last few months I've realized just how diverse hedge funds are, and how little people (both in/out of the industry) understand about the different structures. This is my attempt to distill some of the bigger differences ...

    +9 42 comments12 Mar 2018 -

  18. Hi everyone. I wanted to get some candid advice from all of you about a job I'm thinking about taking. It is a VC role at a top-tier firm. I'm being directly hired as an associate (so I'll skip the two-year analyst role). My only concern is ...

    +4 26 comments5 Jun 2018 -

  19. 2013 Bonus Season

    Investment Banking

    Mod Note (Andy): this was originally posted 6/28/13 Well, it's that time of the year that we have all been so patiently waiting for... BONUS SEASON! Numbers are coming in, and we all like to know how our comp stacks up in the industry. Please post co ...

    98 comments2 Aug 2013 -

  20. What percent of the total carried interest do Sr. Associates/VPs usually get in a lower middle market PE funds? For instance $100M fund with less than 10 people- 5 partners, 2-3 manager type of positions and 1 Sr. Associate or VP. Also, if the Sr. Associa ...

    +5 72 comments21 Sep 2017 -

  21. Which bank can top this offer? Sounds pretty good to me From BI: How much does Facebook pay a recently graduated software engineer? Over on Quora, an anonymous user answered: "I am graduating in the spring of 2012, and I was offered $100,000 in salar ...

    +4 138 comments2 Feb 2012 -

  22. I'm 31 years old and work as a controller for a F500. I'm making roughly $150k a year in total comp (base + bonus), work a straight 40 hour work week with little to no travel, live in a nice part of the country where the cost of living is slight ...

    +2 40 comments24 Aug 2015 -

  23. Mod note: Best of Eddie, this was originally posted on 10/9/12. Sheila Bair has been making the rounds promoting her new book lately and, by and large, she hasn't said anything that she hasn't been saying for five years now. But one thing she sa ...

    +1 42 comments8 Aug 2013 -

  24. Four years after their spectacular demise, Lehman Brothers is still causing problems for Wall Street. The latest bombshell hit on Friday when a compensation report required by the bankruptcy court disclosed that Lehman paid out almost $700 million in comp ...

    +1 51 comments30 Apr 2012 -

  25. We all know that we get paid a lot relative to the average guy on Main Street. We like to think it's because we're something special: that we've attended the right schools, that we have the right combination of hard and soft skills, that we ...

    +2 49 comments12 Jun 2012 -

  26. Impossibly low bonus

    Investment Banking

    Left after 2 yrs at a top 3 BB- $20k bonus. Was stunned on the call- knew I was going to get a low #, but this is a joke. 1st year bonus was $55k. Anyone have a similar experience? Does it make sense to hire a lawyer? My concern is that I've moved on ...

    64 comments1 Aug 2012 -

  27. Started at a good NYC bank a couple of years back, my trajectory has been this: Graduate Analyst: $75k base, $8k sign-on, $18k bonus (stub, had only done a few months) 1st Year Analyst: $80k base, $105k bonus (top end) 2nd Year Analyst: $94k base, $310k b ...

    +5 122 comments29 Oct 2010 -

  28. Okay, so I just received an offer from a small hedge fund (10- 20 people) in Chicago. I will be a trading assistant until I can prove my worth and become an actual trader (6-12 months). The hedge fund manages around $60- 120 million dollars and primarily ...

    37 comments6 Aug 2016 -

  29. And the Wall Street pay bashing continues with Bloomberg today... "If you look at the very brightest, there is definitely a trend of trying to get a job on Wall Street," Traders' Smaller Bonuses Still Top Pay for Brain Surgeons, 4-Star Gene ...

    +2 74 comments13 Jan 2011 -

  30. Firm Compensation

    Sales and Trading

    Now that recruiting is coming to a wrap, does anyone want to begin compiling how much firms are offering in terms of first year comp? (Base-Signing)? This could apply to both banks (S&T) and prop trading. trading compensation ...

    +1 34 comments19 Oct 2014 -

  31. Hello World! Compensation in the PE world can be a bit of a black box. I sometimes get approached by folks who are perplexed by their compensation packages at a middle market PE fund. There is little consistency even across funds of the same size. On the ...

    +35 21 comments29 Dec 2016 -

  32. I have heard everything from $35k base + 50-75bps commission to $250k base + 100-300% bonus. Can anyone weigh in on producer compensation for debt / mezz / pref at Starwood, Related, CapitalSource, ACORE (mezz/debt funds, etc.)? Any insight is appreciated ...

    +2 12 comments12 Feb 2019 -

  33. Hey All- I have been negotiating an offer with a PE firm to come on as a VP. I actually have worked for this same firm before, left for a few years, and now they have roped me back in. They are currently in the process of raising their second fund (sub $5 ...

    +2 27 comments21 Apr 2016 -

  34. McKinsey Partner Salary

    Management Consulting

    Just out of curiosity: what is the all-in comp for a Director (=Senior Partner) at McK? Also, what does a Junior Partner (=Principal) make? Anyone have confirmed numbers? Cheers compensation McKinsey McK McKinsey and Co Salary Yes Yes 187183 208648 304233 ...

    26 comments25 Mar 2018 -

  35. HFF Analyst Pay

    Real Estate

    How much is total compensation for a 1st year analyst at HFF? (Salary + Commission + Bonus?) Assumptions: South East City, Debt/Equity Placement Team Any insight/thoughts would be great, thank you in advanced! HFF analyst pay compensation Salary commissio ...

    +2 17 comments13 Dec 2017 -

  36. Definitely feel like I am- making 150 all in (90 base / 60 bonus). Fund is Boston based, manages over 1.5 billion and is investing ~$500-600M fund. Over 10+ investment professionals (partner heavy) all in (double that to include admin). Typical route to g ...

    28 comments22 Dec 2014 -

  37. The Dreams of a BB Analyst

    Investment Banking

    Sat at your desk, getting texts from off old friends, and girls you could've got on, who are out partying just a couple of blocks from you. Sat at your desk, falling asleep, feeling the emotional, physical and mental pain of yet another all nighter. ...

    +13 50 comments7 Apr 2010 -

  38. interesting article in the WSJ (link inside post): "The 'Wage Gap' Myth That Won't Die" I have yet to see a case in my own life when someone, esp. a woman, was discriminated against because of her gender so this article makes sens ...

    22 comments1 Oct 2015 -

  39. I have a phone interview for Barcap for ib. However, i've searched everywhere and cannot figure out if this is a paid position. Does anyone have any insight about this? Or know someone who has completed a Barclays summer internship for the NYC office ...

    66 comments13 Jan 2010 -

  40. Hey guys, Just wondering what a first year equity research associate (straight out of undergrad) makes at Fidelity Investments. Supposedly it's competitive with IBanking, but some actual numbers would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! compensation Fide ...

    +4 55 comments2 Mar 2011 -

  41. 2015 summer analyst pay

    Investment Banking

    are BBs at 70k or 85k for summer analyst pay next summer? compensation Summer pay Salary 2015 analyst No Yes 304966 226498 274570 391188 423193 ...

    27 comments12 Dec 2015 -

  42. Private Equity Perks

    Private Equity

    What kind of perks do people at MM Private Equity firms get? Is the same, worse, or better than banking? For example, do you get car service, SeamlessWeb (or other comped lunch/dinner), gym, laundry, first class/private flights, etc.? private equity compe ...

    28 comments6 Mar 2017 -

  43. So, I've taken some time to peruse through WSO's 2013 Compensation Database, and it's honestly awesome. I've been on WSO for a while, from my time as a bright-eyed undergrad trying to break into a summer analyst gig, to my time as a ja ...

    +1 22 comments14 Jun 2013 -

  44. How average, who usually makes more? Analyst at L/S credit or equity funds? Thoughts? compensation No Yes 280416 18732 431760 374230 190758 ...

    +4 27 comments9 Feb 2017 -

  45. I was startled to realize over the past Thanksgiving weekend that apparently my 4 years of collective indentured servitude at a bulge-bracket bank and mega-fund was of particular interest to people at WallStreetOasis. As such, I have decided to undertake ...

    +20 27 comments7 Dec 2010 -

  46. I had to stop and think about this one for a few minutes. Eric Dash wrote this piece for Dealbook outlining how partners at Goldman Sachs (among other banks) have been hedging the non-cash portions of their bonuses since 2007. On the surface, it looks lik ...

    26 comments10 Feb 2011 -

  47. Eddie Braverman's blog Bloomberg tracked down Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman at Davos yesterday, and the conversation inevitably turned to the reduced comp at the bank. Gorman was unapologetic and said the $125,000 cash bonus cap and reduced all-in ...

    24 comments26 Jan 2012 -

  48. (Re wrote to dissolve any confusion my initial post was unclear) I have an interview with Booz Allen Hamilton strategy consulting and one with Deloitte Technology Consulting (if it makes you feel better call it IT advisory). I may decline Deloitte tech al ...

    27 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  49. The question of the day is this.... I work for a relatively small fixed income relative value hedge fund that has had great returns. I've been here for several years and am now in charge of all trading (but we don't trade that much). We all cont ...

    +5 40 comments9 Jul 2012 -

  50. I recently graduated with a master's in financial engineering degree from a top school. I got an offer as a quantitative analyst at a well-known agency broker, and accepted their offer of 100k base salary + 5k starting bonus + "discretionary bon ...

    +1 25 comments6 Jan 2015 -

  51. Since compensation is probably one of the most talked about topics on this site, what do you guys think about compensation levels for elected representatives? The quote "X is payed more than the president! Outrageous!" is often thrown around but ...

    +2 23 comments22 Apr 2014 -

  52. Booz Allen Compensation

    Management Consulting

    I work at a small consulting firm- approx. 200-250 employees. I was told that the compensation package had been developed to mirror our "competitors". While BoozA is a much larger firm, they have been described as the type of firm we are aiming ...

    41 comments30 Mar 2010 -

  53. Widely considered the creme de la creme of financial institutions, hedge funds are a source of fascination among investors and others alike. Individuals aspiring to make exorbitant amounts of money look up to top managers with dreams of one day running th ...

    +6 17 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  54. Summer Analyst Salary

    Investment Banking

    What would a SA make at a BB IB? IB sa compensation BB No Yes 345913 377700 351570 439207 220690 ...

    31 comments11 Feb 2012 -

  55. Analyst Compensation

    Investment Banking

    What should compensation actually be for Analyst-1, Analyst-2, Analyst-3? How about a range. compensation bonus No Yes 269113 437310 179145 402392 427401 ...

    +1 36 comments14 Dec 2009 -

  56. FT Analyst Offer Terms

    Investment Banking

    Curious as to what other people's terms were and what the average was? 70 base + 15 Signing here. compensation ...

    25 comments13 Aug 2013 -

  57. I have to admit that I was pretty surprised at the source of the following article. You wouldn't think Scientific American would be aware of the "career put". But here they go pointing out how to make a seven-figure trading bonus on Wall St ...

    18 comments4 Mar 2013 -

  58. How's Barclays HK reputation? I have a few offers in leveraged finance on the table with banks in NY (Wells Fargo or Barclays level in terms of LevFin league tables in the US, but with much less of a global brand name than Barclays). The HK position ...

    21 comments3 Apr 2017 -

  59. UH-OH.

    Investment Banking

    No longer content bullying TARP CEOs and hedge fund managers who have the audacity to expect contracts to be honored, the Obama administration is now turning its icy gaze toward Wall Street compensation for the rank and file bankers- and not just at the b ...

    28 comments13 May 2009 -

  60. One of my friends last year got a job with Morgan Stanley 's private equity team in or near Philly. He didn't even have a BB internship but got into MS, and that's great for him, but all of the guys told me that he said he'd be making ...

    26 comments23 Apr 2012 -

  61. Do you notice that people in finance always complain about comp no matter what they are actually making? I ask this because I have worked at several finance firms now, one which is very "prestigious" and everywhere I work people love to make jok ...

    21 comments2 Aug 2012 -

  62. I know there are a lot of variables at play, but this came up in a conversation between me and a couple friends, one of whom is going to med school to be a surgeon, and the other going to law school. Who will make the most money over the course of a lifet ...

    24 comments7 May 2012 -

  63. Highbridge Capital

    Hedge Fund

    Just wondering if anyone has any inside info on this firm? I know that had a pretty rough 2008 with losses and redemptions but had a pretty solid 2009. Have they pretty much rebounded? What is the comp/culture like? compensation culture Highbridge Capital ...

    19 comments6 Mar 2017 -

  64. I was wondering what you guys think about PREI's position within PE RE along with potential exit opps, compensation, or any general interview tips. I'm up for the FT Investment Analyst position. Thanks guys. compensation Exit Opps interview proc ...

    +2 19 comments13 Dec 2016 -

  65. Mod note: See part 1 in this series, and for more compensation info, check out WSO's 2013 Compensation Report Accounting The accounting compensation is going to be greatly overshadowed by the finance pay. It just isn't that sexy. Accountants don ...

    15 comments24 May 2014 -

  66. I am curious what the "correct" answer is when your interviewer or HR ask you some form of the question "what kind of compensation are you looking for?". Do you tell them what your bottom line is to survive and make your bills? Do you ...

    +1 25 comments15 Jun 2011 -

  67. BB SA Compensation

    Job Search Advice

    I will be working at a BB this summer, and I was wondering if SAs get overtime or get a bonus. I am trying to figure out my finances for next year, so knowing how much I could save this summer would really help. The offer letter just says the compensation ...

    26 comments7 Feb 2010 -

  68. Equity Research vs big 4

    Equity Research

    Hello, I am currently a college student looking for ideas on where to start my career. I am an accounting major at a good business school and have a great GPA. I have been doing a lot of searching of what would be a good career path for me. I have been no ...

    18 comments3 Jul 2014 -

  69. Obviously, base plus bonus, but I am looking for the typical structure of pay outs on the bonus-- how is that determined? I am interviewing with a L/S equity fund right now for a PM / partner role. The founder of the firm told me on the phone last night t ...

    +2 21 comments30 May 2012 -

  70. this is the starting salary shown on glassdoor. i thought Getco would pay a lot more than that. compensation Salary getco No Yes 93549 92119 264206 157188 301313 ...

    23 comments2 Jun 2010 -

  71. http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2013/03/13/h... Any #'s you've found interesting? If you haven't seen the report yet, all you have to do is submit 3 entries into the company database (http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/wso-company-databas ...

    19 comments13 Mar 2013 -

  72. GS Salt Lake City compensation

    Job Search Advice

    Curious about the compensation for Goldman Sachs in SLC. My friend will be working in the credit risk group and told me his salary is only $46K and no signing bonus, althought he will still be paid an annual bonus based performance. Is this type of compen ...

    16 comments22 Dec 2014 -

  73. Quick post today on a potential interview question that doesn't often get covered on WSO. It's not one you'll hear during on-campus interviews for your first gig out of college, but it's something you'll likely encounter somewhere ...

    +1 14 comments18 Feb 2013 -

  74. MM PE 1st Yr Analyst Comp

    Private Equity

    I was wondering if anyone had any ideas about compensation for 1st year analysts at MM PE firms? Sign on, base, bonus? Thanks. private equity analyst compensation No Yes 287866 322104 429807 339591 96487 ...

    23 comments30 Mar 2009 -

  75. Hi, any knowledge on what comp is typical for IB analysts/associates in Seattle and similar second-tier cities? Also, are the hours much better than similar work in NYC? Thanks. compensation ...

    17 comments20 Dec 2013 -

  76. To those lucky few who have received IBD offers from BB /boutiques to start in '08 and '09, what are the base + signing like? Thanks, Investment Banking analyst compensation No Yes 86323 75488 121266 117623 396961 ...

    22 comments12 Mar 2009 -

  77. Money As Motivation?

    Investment Banking

    . compensation ...

    17 comments8 Jan 2014 -

  78. So I recently got a call from hr at my job that starts tomorrow. Apparently the company has a really conservative legal, so they have decided to follow the letter of the law in the US and pay analysts time and a half for any hours we work past 5. Has anyo ...

    18 comments30 Aug 2009 -

  79. Salary and Bonus London IBD

    Investment Banking

    Hi guys, Does anyone have some insight on the typical salary bonus progression for IBD analysts in London (BB / good boutique / good MM firms). Let's assume we are dealing with a bank that's been faring relatively well (hasn't hit by massiv ...

    18 comments2 Apr 2012 -

  80. $300k+???

    Investment Banking

    I read somewhere that there are around 15,000 investment bankers in the US. I wanted to know how many of these bankers make above $300,000 with bonuses in an average year. Investment Banking compensation No Yes 99109 382181 199817 337020 113836 ...

    20 comments10 May 2010 -

  81. I wanted to gauge what the compensation would be like at a long only fund. I couldn't find information anywhere for this particular fund, but I'll say that they do hire undergrad on occasion. I have a little over a year of experience at a non-As ...

    14 comments17 Feb 2015 -

  82. After browsing through some of the salary information on Wall Street Oasis, I noticed that many positions had an exorbitant number of hours listed. I work for a large Investment Bank in midtown and I work 7 hours per day. Now one might argue that I don� ...

    17 comments25 Jul 2012 -

  83. IB salaries and taxes

    Investment Banking

    How does the latter affect the former? Relatives and friends tell me most people get their incomes taxed 30% as a generalization. Do you analysts only take home roughly ~70% of your all-in comp? Are they ways around this being the shrewd, savvy bankers yo ...

    16 comments18 Jun 2013 -

  84. Compensation at Prop Shops

    Sales and Trading

    Hi guys, Can you guys shed some light on the pay progression at prop shops? I got an offer at an options market maker (think Optiver, Tibra, IMC, etc), 60K+ starting (I'm in Asia, so this is pretty decent). How much bonus can I expect the first year, ...

    18 comments26 Apr 2011 -

  85. Wall Street Over Compensation?

    Investment Banking

    Out of curiosity I took a quick look at how much Net Revenue is generated by an individual employee across GS, MS, Google, and Apple.--GS net revenue per employee is about ~50% lower than google and ~40% lower than apple.--MS net revenue per employee is a ...

    17 comments22 Jan 2012 -

  86. Samuel A. Ramirez and Company

    Investment Banking

    They are recruiting for new public finance analysts. Has anyone heard of this firm and the type of work that they do? Where would you rank this firm compare to other boutiques or bulge bracket firms? Anybody know what they offer in terms of base and bonus ...

    13 comments23 Feb 2018 -

  87. Recently an MD told my friend that if he works with him at one of the Big 5 Canadian banks that he will pull in from 125-175k in his first year. Is this accurate can you make 100k bonus in year 1? Also, for the people who are/where analyst what did you ma ...

    18 comments21 Apr 2010 -

  88. Some numbers out of the rumor mill for Associate offers this year: BoA- $100k base, $30k signing bonus, $ 10k relocation Goldman Sachs- $100k base, $40k signing bonus, $10k relocation Morgan Stanley- $100k base, $40k signing bonus, $10k relocation Please ...

    16 comments19 Oct 2009 -

  89. SA Comp

    Investment Banking

    I did a search, but I didn't find anything specific to this year. I will be a SA at MS IBD this summer, and I am trying to get an idea of the amount of compensation that I will earn so that I can budget accordingly. According to my offer letter, I re ...

    17 comments24 Feb 2011 -

  90. I am a college senior who was recently given an offer to work as an Acquisitions analyst at a ~$5B REPE firm in NYC. I was told the comp will be "market" and don't have much experience with the RE industry/RE forums so I am not sure what ma ...

    +2 8 comments24 Aug 2018 -

  91. Comp scales with AUM?

    Asset Management

    I've been looking into buyside research for a while now, and I've noticed that most reports of street-level pay are coming from the largest firms (eg Fido, BlackRock, T Rowe, etc). Does this mean that smaller firms (<100B AUM) generally pay b ...

    +1 16 comments13 Feb 2012 -

  92. Recently signed and the comp seems to be less than that of all my peers. I'm just wondering what is the standard comp right now for a first year analyst? compensation ...

    13 comments28 Jan 2015 -

  93. Pretty whopping number. If true, it would be the highest compensation ever recorded in MBA history. http://poetsandquants.com/2014/11/14/a-1-8-million... MBA compensation mit sloan ...

    13 comments15 Nov 2014 -

  94. Hello everyone, I have received a full-time offer from one of the Big 4 accounting firms from their Valuations group. However, I am not sure if they are low-balling me with an offer of $72K. This is a post MBA offer with 1-2 years of experience being coun ...

    17 comments15 May 2010 -

  95. So, I live in the Washington, D.C. area, which has a cost of living about 15-20% below New York. I have an excellent job at a top company working in commercial real estate. My dilemma is this: I think I might make too much money to justify going to busine ...

    17 comments22 Jan 2010 -

  96. I've been hearing of these M&A groups (not transaction services, but DCF as in post McColl Partners acquisition) at consulting places like Deloitte. Generally it seems like people agree comp is lower but hours are better. Just wondering exactly w ...

    +2 8 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  97. Take these stats for example: http://www. mba /data-and-statistics/employment-statistics.html For PE, 25% of grads reported a median of $121K "other guaranteed comp". Now check out the footnote below the table: "**Other guaranteed compensat ...

    15 comments10 Feb 2012 -

  98. General Partners are the PE guys who make the investment decisions, operating partners are the guys who go into the portfolio companies and make all of the strategic decisions- think KKR Capstone. From my understanding operating partners are often ex MBB ...

    12 comments30 Jul 2015 -

  99. No more bottles??

    Investment Banking

    From Dealbook/The Financial Times comes this news (need a subscription to FT for the full article. I dont have one: http://dealbook.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/10/07/e-u-s... The EU is considering limiting the bonus amounts in finance, both for banks operating ...

    14 comments7 Oct 2010 -

  100. I'm working for JP and get 70k base, I was wondering what everyone else is getting. This is for Sales and Trading. Also, what are the year-end bonuses like for 1st year Analysts in S&T? compensation No Yes 217132 326838 443175 195097 423909 ...

    16 comments3 Oct 2009 -

  101. Compensation in ER

    Equity Research

    I haven't seen a lot of concrete info on compensation in ER. Does anyone have reasonable expectations for comp at the junior analyst/associate and VP levels? of course senior analyst will vary but I'm curious about junior levels. Does BB vs MM / ...

    +2 7 comments30 Nov 2018 -

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