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    (Original post by TheParham)
    Are AM salaries at IBs much lower than grad salaries for IBD? (do you get paid 45K+ for AM grad at IBs?)
    It's closer to 40k I think.
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    can someone please quote that post of princepieman about wages ?
    i wanna check it once more now that i have the info for a tier 2 and 1BB from having offers. the base i was told seems bloody low compared to the NYC folks. with the pound down this much it suckzzz balls compared to our predecessors :'(
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    (Original post by Yhanna)
    Morgan Stanley off-cycle IBD phone interview. Any info on this?
    good luck with your interview

    when did you apply for this?
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    can someone please quote that post of princepieman about wages ?
    i wanna check it once more now that i have the info for a tier 2 and 1BB from having offers. the base i was told seems bloody low compared to the NYC folks. with the pound down this much it suckzzz balls compared to our predecessors :'(
    Unless it's less than 50k you have nothing to worry about... all BBs pay between 50-55k base. Some EBs I'm told pay more but I don't have accurate numbers. AFAIK it's only the French banks that pay less than industry average.

    Yes it's true that in USD terms London analysts are being paid materially less than NYC but it was that way even before Brexit...
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    can someone please quote that post of princepieman about wages ?
    i wanna check it once more now that i have the info for a tier 2 and 1BB from having offers. the base i was told seems bloody low compared to the NYC folks. with the pound down this much it suckzzz balls compared to our predecessors :'(
    NYC has always been higher, anything 45 or above is competitive for tier1/2! p.s. my opinion, base salary money for first year is insignificant in your career anyway so i wouldnt let that be a factor in my decision
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    can someone please quote that post of princepieman about wages ?
    i wanna check it once more now that i have the info for a tier 2 and 1BB from having offers. the base i was told seems bloody low compared to the NYC folks. with the pound down this much it suckzzz balls compared to our predecessors :'(
    If the base is below £50,000 then it is low, otherwise it is in line with the market.

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    (Original post by athrowaway)
    Unless it's less than 50k you have nothing to worry about... all BBs pay between 50-55k base. Some EBs I'm told pay more but I don't have accurate numbers. AFAIK it's only the French banks that pay less than industry average.

    Yes it's true that in USD terms London analysts are being paid materially less than NYC but it was that way even before Brexit...
    (Original post by TheParham)
    NYC has always been higher, anything 45 or above is competitive for tier1/2! p.s. my opinion, base salary money for first year is insignificant in your career anyway so i wouldnt let that be a factor in my decision
    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    If the base is below £50,000 then it is low, otherwise it is in line with the market.

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    well, heres' to burst your bubble. Citi base IBD 47k ....
    i'm looking for info on sign on/bonuses to get a clearer picture ? anybody can help ?
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    well, heres' to burst your bubble. Citi base IBD 47k ....
    i'm looking for info on sign on/bonuses to get a clearer picture ? anybody can help ?
    Is there a weekly accommodation allowance/one-off stipend separate to the salary?

    For FT you'd get a sign on bonus separate to your salary, usually between 5-10k.

    Are these FT or SA offers?
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    If you decide to do an MSc but you don't know which university it'll be at, what do you put in the application form when you apply in like August / September, and most MSc programmes extend offers after like November?
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    well, heres' to burst your bubble. Citi base IBD 47k ....
    i'm looking for info on sign on/bonuses to get a clearer picture ? anybody can help ?
    well like I said.. above 45! (3 grand difference, after 40% tax ... it is faaaaacckk all difference over a year).. I would also like info on signing bonuses
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    well, heres' to burst your bubble. Citi base IBD 47k ....
    i'm looking for info on sign on/bonuses to get a clearer picture ? anybody can help ?
    Are you sure? My mate got offered £55,000 base from Citi for Grad IBD + £5,000 sign-on. Either way, it doesn't matter. Just get an IBD job, you can always move to a better paying one later.

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    (Original post by athrowaway)
    Is there a weekly accommodation allowance/one-off stipend separate to the salary?

    For FT you'd get a sign on bonus separate to your salary, usually between 5-10k.

    Are these FT or SA offers?
    bonus, is it different between different divisions and teams ?
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    (Original post by TheParham)
    bonus, is it different between different divisions and teams ?
    Sign-on? Pretty sure everyone in the same division gets the same sign-on.
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    (Original post by athrowaway)
    Sign-on? Pretty sure everyone in the same division gets the same sign-on.
    yeah sign on, sick guy
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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Are you sure? My mate got offered £55,000 base from Citi for Grad IBD + £5,000 sign-on. Either way, it doesn't matter. Just get an IBD job, you can always move to a better paying one later.

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    ^^^ this (said it a few times myself over the 200 pages so far)
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    I will listen once more to my convo with the HR, maybe i misheard 47 for 55 o.O
    or maybe she was wrong hopefully ? i still don't have the offer paper.
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    BAML S&T AC!! Any advice?


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    Anyone can shed light on HSBC AC? (Markets)?
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    I will listen once more to my convo with the HR, maybe i misheard 47 for 55 o.O
    or maybe she was wrong hopefully ? i still don't have the offer paper.
    your right
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    (Original post by AKRP)
    Anyone can shed light on HSBC AC? (Markets)?
    When is it scheduled for?


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