Wealth Management Front Office Compensation Survey

Fill Out Our Wealth Management Compensation Survey

Compensation in the wealth management sector is complex. Amongst other factors, it is linked to seniority, experience and output. The combination of salary, bonuses and other benefits can leave wealth managers unsure about whether or not they are being compensated fairly for their output. Until now, salary and compensation surveys have normally been managed through HR departments of large banks.

To help client facing staff understand their value in the market, we have commissioned our own wealth management industry compensation survey. The report gives you the power of knowledge – you can benchmark yourself against your peers.

Access our latest wealth management compensation report for free by filling out our survey.

We will collect the data and update the report periodically. Your answers are completely confidential. However, please be aware that we will check the results against the known parameters in order to ensure the integrity of the data.To be eligible, you must be employed in the front office. Any responses we know to be incorrect will be deleted and will not receive a copy.

Here's why you should complete the survey to receive your free copy of the report:

  • Really quick – less than 5 minutes
  • Free and confidential
  • You’ll get direct benchmarking with your peers across the wealth management sector.

    To thank you for completing the survey we’ll send you a free copy of the report soon after completion.

Wealth Management Front Office Compensation Survey Report

To benchmark your organisation against the market, or to access the report for HR or corporate purposes, order your copy for £2000 + VAT by contacting Mark directly at mark.somers@somerspartnership.com.

Don't just take our word for it

David Semmens

“The Somers Salary Survey contains a well sourced, reliable, and most importantly, independent data set. The easy to read report provides a comprehensive illustration of private client and wealth manager remuneration. Incredibly useful for benchmarking your team (or yourself)!”

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