Wealth Management Vice Presidents
Wealth management vice presidents are highly skilled upper-level managers who oversee the investment portfolios of clients, work to attract new clients, manage associates and analysts, and play a major role in formulating strategy for their firms. They are also known as private bankers and wealth managers.
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Senior vice presidents who were employed in the asset management industry earned median annual salaries of $145,947 in November 2020, according to PayScale.com. Salaries ranged from $101,000 to $248,000. Payscale.com also reports that senior vice presidents earned bonuses that ranged from $20,000 to $55,000, and average profit sharing compensation of $15,000.
After years of service, the...
Vice presidents often work long hours. In fact, most top executives work more than 40 hours a week, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. This job can be stressful because there is a constant need to demonstrate results (e.g., strong returns for investors, a steady pipeline of new investors), as well as make wise decisions about a firm’s products, investment strategies, levels of risk, and...
Employment for personal financial advisors (including wealth managers) and top executives is expected to grow by 4 percent from 2019 to 2029, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Demand is increasing as a result of the growing numbers of Americans who are classified as being extremely wealthy.
To a degree, technology has tempered growth for both professions in recent years. For exa...