Survey Sets Benchmarks for Private Equity Compensation

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Annual Survey Provides Insights into Private Equity and Venture Capital Compensation Practices for 5 Years Running

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Time is running out to participate in the survey... eligible participants who complete the survey will receive the final report free of charge.

For the fifth year, the Private Equity Compensation Survey is being conducted to gather benchmarks in venture capital and private equity compensation practices.

The Private Equity Compensation Survey collects data directly from those in the private equity industry and creates a much needed reliable and affordable benchmarking tool for both individuals and for firms looking to set compensation policies.

The online survey makes it easy for investment professionals to directly provide valuable insights into compensation. Time is running out to participate in the survey and eligible participants who complete the survey will receive the final 2012 Private Equity Compensation Report (a $347 value) free of charge.

"Last year we saw double digit increases in private equity compensation levels." says David Kochanek, publisher of the Private Equity Compensation Report. "This is our 5 year anniversary of this effort. It is our goal each year to create a reliable and affordable private equity compensation benchmark."

The survey goes further than just cash compensation. It covers carried interest (carry), work culture, bonuses, fund performance and job satisfaction.

Industry insiders can participate in the survey at PECompSurvey.com and, by doing so, secure access to the Private Equity Compensation Report free of charge when the results are published.

About The Survey

The Private Equity Compensation Survey is currently open to participants in the Private Equity and Venture Capital industries. Data is collected directly from private equity and venture capital partners and employees from firms, both large and small. Some of the firm participating in past surveys included: 3i, Actis, American Capital, Babson Capital Management, Bain Capital, BlackRock, Clairvest, CPP Investment Board, Deutsche Bank, EDC Equity, EdgeStone Capital Partners, Highland Capital Partners, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, North Atlantic Capital, RBS, Safeguard Scientifics, SV Life Sciences, and Time Warner Investments.

The annual survey is conducted by Private Equity Jobs Digest, a provider web-based career services, catering to professionals in the private equity and venture capital industries.

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