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21-04-2021 09:49 PM
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There are salary reports out there on websites such as efinancialcareers. 'Material Risk Takers' so those MDs and partners in s&t earn about 1.5m USD on average. Some can go up to 10m. I believe IBer should be very similar though they wont be considered under the MRT bucket


s://.efinancialcareers.co.uk/news/2019/08/salaries-and-bonuses-us-and-european-banks

s://.efinancialcareers.sg/news/2021/03/deutsche-bank-bonuses

s://.efinancialcareers.sg/news/2021/02/hsbc-bonuses
s://.efinancialcareers.sg/news/2021/02/barclays-investment-bank-pay-and-bonuses
21-04-2021 09:46 PM
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Does anyone know how salaries compare between S&T and IBD in Singapore? And how do the salary ratios change as you get more senior? Thanks!

There are salary reports out there on websites such as efinancialcareers. 'Material Risk Takers' so those MDs and partners in s&t earn about 1.5m USD on average. Some can go up to 10m. I believe IBer should be very similar though they wont be considered under the MRT bucket


s://.efinancialcareers.co.uk/news/2019/08/salaries-and-bonuses-us-and-european-banks

s://.efinancialcareers.sg/news/2021/03/deutsche-bank-bonuses

s://.efinancialcareers.sg/news/2021/02/hsbc-bonuses
21-04-2021 06:06 PM
Unregistered Hi guys. Singaporean here. Am looking to pursue a double degree in Finance and Law at the University of Sydney. Would this allow me to break into the local IB field? Or would I need a BS from the likes of NYU or Wharton. I know Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse Singapore have winter analyst internships for people studying in Australia.
21-04-2021 01:09 PM
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Does anyone know how salaries compare between S&T and IBD in Singapore? And how do the salary ratios change as you get more senior? Thanks!
The base salaries are the same at each rank but bonus are more variable depending on individual and group performance. But when you are making 1m+ why would you care about +/- 50k?

Rather just go with what you like so you don't end up being miserable doing something you don't enjoy. There are people in trading who don't like the intensity and in IB who don't like the long hours.

The big money will come to you whether you do s&t or IB, just go with what you like.
21-04-2021 12:23 AM
Unregistered Does anyone know how salaries compare between S&T and IBD in Singapore? And how do the salary ratios change as you get more senior? Thanks!
18-04-2021 07:15 PM
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How is the outlook for DCM team?
DCM should be doing well given Low rates, many companies would probably come to market and thus should see healthy deal flow
13-04-2021 10:20 AM
Unregistered How is the outlook for DCM team?
13-04-2021 10:12 AM
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lmao CS reeling from archegos losses and giving out lowball offers #CSNOTABB
CS bonuses cut based on news release
09-04-2021 12:16 AM
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These days WM/ PB folks getting fast track VP in 5-6 years already
Those are top performers and probably due to lack of headcount (a lot of analysts/associates are leaving due to bottom-heavy crazy workload in US banks > have to entice them to stay). Coupled with the fact that the WM space is growing too.
08-04-2021 11:38 PM
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Nah 7 years junior VP is average.

These days WM/ PB folks getting fast track VP in 5-6 years already
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