San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
To continue providing investment professionals with the advice and training they need to advance their careers, JobSearchDigest.com has released “The Guide to Carried Interest for Private Equity Professionals.” The free report breaks down this incentive, which contributes significant upside to private equity compensation packages.
Carried interest, commonly known as “carry,” is a percentage of a private equity fund’s profits that managers keep in addition to their management fees. “It’s an incentive that makes sense,” explained David Kochanek, publisher of Private Equity Jobs Digest. “Fund managers not only invest massive amounts of capital, but also devote their expertise to due diligence, strategy, business development, restructuring, and many operational details to generate a profit.”
The guide explains many carried interest considerations, including vesting, hurdle rates, floors, escrow, claw-back, accounting approaches for carry, and international carry structures.
“Private Equity Jobs Digest is committed to helping investment professionals succeed and get the compensation they deserve – whether they have a Harvard MBA or not,” continued Kochanek. “Resources like The Guide to Carried Interest will assist them in doing so.”
To read the Guide to Carried Interest for Private Equity Professionals, visit http://www.jobsearchdigest.com/private_equity_jobs/career_advice/carried_interest_guide.
About Private Equity Jobs Digest
Private Equity Jobs Digest, a division of JobSearchDigest.com, is a web-based career service providing exclusive private equity job listings, career advice, and training to professionals in private equity, venture capital, and investment banking since 2002. Each day the team researches all the online job boards (including the specialty niche sites) and captures the most relevant Private Equity jobs and Venture Capital jobs–giving professionals a competitive advantage in their job search.