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Take our survey for exclusive access to the Wealth Manager Pay Report 2014

Take our survey for exclusive access to the Wealth Manager Pay Report 2014

Registered readers of Wealth Manager can secure exclusive access to our annual Pay Report, offering key insight into the level, structures and ranges of pay in UK discretionary management. 

The Pay Report, now in its second year, will reveal:

·         National average earnings

·         Regional earnings

·         Pay relative to experience

·         How pay varies between roles from adviser to CEO

·         Bonus expectations and structures

Head of Wealth Manager Natalie Fast said: ‘Last year there were regions and demographics that way outperformed their peers and we want to see how this has changed this year.’

To secure your access, please take part in our anonymous survey here. It should only take a few minutes to complete, and in return we will send you the report in the New Year.

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