We now have hundreds of responses from well-known hedge funds and boutique firms, spanning the full range of experience and roles, including analysts, traders, marketing professionals, and portfolio managers.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
The annual Hedge Fund Compensation Benchmark Survey is almost complete and data gathering closes this week.
Hedge fund investment professionals are invited to participate and the online survey only takes minutes to complete.
The survey, which has become the benchmark in hedge fund compensation, empowers hedge fund professionals to directly provide data on base and bonus pay levels, avoiding the problem of survey data bias due to estimates from outsiders. Eligible participants who complete the survey receive the final 2013 Hedge Fund Compensation Report (a $397.00 value) free of charge in return for their participation.
"Every year respondents from around the world complete the survey and we have participation from firms both large and small," says David Kochanek, publisher of the Hedge Fund Compensation Report. "We now have hundreds of responses from well-known hedge funds and boutique firms, spanning the full range of experience and roles, including analysts, traders, marketing professionals, and portfolio managers."
The final report, which is published each December, goes well beyond salary levels. The benchmarks delve into work culture, bonuses, firm performance and job satisfaction. The report provides an accurate and affordable compensation benchmark tool that can be used by individuals evaluating their own compensation package as well as by firms seeking to implement fair compensation policies.
Hedge Fund professionals can participate in the survey at http://www.HFCompSurvey.com and, once the results are tabulated and the results published, participants will be given secure access to the Hedge Fund Compensation Report free of charge.
About The Survey
The Hedge Fund Compensation Survey is currently open to participants in the hedge fund industry. Data is collected directly from hedge fund managers and employees from firms of all sizes. Some of the firms participating in past surveys include: Bank of New York Mellon, Barclays Global Investors, Black River, Brightpoint Capital, Carlson, Citadel, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Kellogg Capital Group, Lansdowne Partners, Morgan Stanley, and UBS.