Wondering how your pay compares with what your peers are earning? Here are typical salaries for the positions advisory firms fill most frequently, along with some information on the qualifications of the people taking those jobs.
The data reflect the responses of 289 advisory firms surveyed for the 2019 InvestmentNews Adviser Compensation and Staffing Study, which was sponsored by BNY Mellon/Pershing and conducted in partnership with The Ensemble Practice.
"Total compensation" is W-2 income and does not include any profit distributions. The compensation values reported are medians, and not all the people in a position receive all the types of income.