Private Equity Compensation Report
A Comprehensive Guide to Private Equity & VC Compensation
Annually, the team at PrivateEquityCompensation.com conducts a comprehensive survey to reveal insights into the changing landscape of private equity and venture capital compensation. The data is collected in Q4 each year to get the best picture of how the year will wrap up.
There are two main groups of people who can benefit from the Report:
- PE and VC professionals seeking the most up to date information when negotiating their own salary and compensation packages
- PE and VC firms looking to set benchmarks for compensation policies
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46 Charts And Graphs Give The Facts You Need
With 46 detailed charts and graphs, we have prepared this report to help you understand the industry pay benchmarks and changes in private equity and VC compensation practices. Highlights include:
- Base vs. Bonus – broken out by level of earnings
- Average Compensation by Title
- Carried Interest (“Carry”) Participation by Title
- Carry Participation by Years of Work Experience
- Cash Compensation by Fund Size for most common titles
- Full table of Earnings by Title (mean and ranges)
- Hours Worked per Week
- Vacation Earned vs. Taken
- Upside Sharing
- Plus much more
Independent. Comprehensive. Reliable.
The Private Equity Compensation Report has grown to become the most comprehensive benchmark for private equity and venture capital compensation practices in the industry. The Report represents a compensation benchmark resource that is comprehensive, reliable and affordable.
Some of the participating firms over the years include:
Each year, the results go deeper into the compensation practices of private investment firms.
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When you consider the potential ROI from knowing industry compensation levels (if you’re a PE or VC professional), on from understanding industry trends and what it takes to retain the best talent (if you’re a firm), your investment in the Report is nominal and well worth the asking price.
In fact, many less detailed, less comprehensive reports of a similar nature, are actually priced thousands of dollars more. You could pay more but you wouldn’t get better information.