PwC: Fund manager salaries under threat amid fee transparency crackdown

Disappearance of star manager culture

Daniel Flynn
PwC: Fund manager salaries under threat amid fee transparency crackdown

Fund manager salaries are set to be squeezed over the next four years as new regulations around fee transparency place pay packages under further scrutiny, according to PwC.

In a new report, entitled 'Rethinking reward as asset management moves centre stage', the company said compensation for asset managers as a percentage of revenues could fall to 35% by 2020, from a current...

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