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Brexit is driving compensation at asset managers in Germany


NEW YORK: Compensation prospects for employees of asset managers in Germany are very good, not least because of Brexit, according to study by headhunter Banking Consult exclusively provided to Bloomberg.

A portfolio manager with at least seven years of work experience, for example, is already earning a fixed salary of �160,000 and a bonus of �96,000 per year at the upper end of the scale today, the survey finds.

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