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Sign up for a free annual subscription to Citywire Wealth Manager magazine and receive a copy of our brand new Pay Report.

While there is more to a good career than a fat pay packet, it certainly helps. The Pay Report is designed to help private client investment managers analyse how their pay compares to that of their peers. We show how pay varies between regions, and how it rises as experience grows.

We also analyse the structure of pay and the sort of targets wealth managers are being set. Few people make decisions about where to live or where to work solely based on numbers like these – but they do inform the decision.

This report is only available to subscribers to Citywire Wealth Manager magazine.

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