The seventh annual Hedge Fund Compensation Survey is now live. Each year, the Survey provides a benchmark for compensation practices by collecting data directly from the professionals who work in the industry.
The purpose of the annual Compensation Survey is to create an accurate and affordable report that allows hedge fund professionals and firms to compare their compensation to others in the industry, and identify important pay trends as they emerge. Each year the compensation survey provides great insight into an industry that is not well-known for sharing information.
The web-based survey can be filled out in about five minutes, and in return, all eligible participants who complete it will receive free access to the final 2014 Hedge Fund Compensation Report when it is published (a $397.00 value).
The Survey is the most comprehensive view of hedge fund compensation practices in the industry. Over the years, thousands of hedge fund professionals from firms around the world have shared information about their compensation packages (cash and non-cash compensation) and their work culture.
The Hedge Fund Compensation Survey is currently open to professionals in the hedge fund industry. Data is collected directly from hedge fund managers and employees from firms of all sizes. Some of the individuals participating in past surveys represented well known firms including: Kellogg Capital Group, Lansdowne Partners, Bank of New York Mellon, Black River, Brightpoint Capital, Carlson, Citadel, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Morgan Stanley, UBS and Barclays Global Investors.