Fund manager pay could surpass that of investment bankers by 2016

Anna Fedorova
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A report by think-tank New Financial has suggested fund manager pay may overtake that of investment bankers by 2016, following a sharp rise since the financial crisis.

The average pay per employee at asset management groups has increased by one fifth, to $263,000 (£171,000) since before the crisis, research found. This means that average pay for asset managers is...

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