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    What is the average salary of a senior vice president in UK including bonus.
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    silly question, depends on what division, team, company etc but a VP will be earning in the region from 60k to 250k. Most companies give vp's stock options as well. Bonus is completely team dependent i.e a vp from tech is likely to have a fixed bonus while a Trader VP's bonus will depends on how much he makes
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    (Original post by EternalBudhist)
    silly question, depends on what division, team, company etc but a VP will be earning in the region from 60k to 250k. Most companies give vp's stock options as well. Bonus is completely team dependent i.e a vp from tech is likely to have a fixed bonus while a Trader VP's bonus will depends on how much he makes

    Erm.....clearly walked in on the wrong thread.


    IBD VP's in the U.S make 450-650K. Probably around 400K GBP in the UK.
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    (Original post by Lord_Farquad)
    Erm.....clearly walked in on the wrong thread.


    IBD VP's in the U.S make 450-650K. Probably around 400K GBP in the UK.
    Pretty sure I walked in the right one. And that figure is for investment banking division vice presidents. A vice president in tech won't be earning that much, probably 200k tops. Since he never specified division it's ambiguous.
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    I doubt there is a specific salary, more performance based, even in back office - it would be performance based depending on the team and overall performance of the bank in terms of profitably!

    But one would imagine in the high 5 figures ( 80k+) / low to medium 6 figures (200k)!
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    No way does a back office VP make 200k...

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    anyone who thinks a tech vp makes 200k is actually out of their mind..
    more like 60k
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    In terms of bonus anywhere from 1-4.5 million a year
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    Money won't buy you happiness.
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    (Original post by Callaghan)
    In terms of bonus anywhere from 1-4.5 million a year
    I heard it was £6bn in the first year and £10tn senior VP.
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    (Original post by Electronica)
    Money won't buy you happiness.
    yeah....But I'd rather cry in a Ferrari #Winning
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    I heard it was £6bn in the first year and £10tn senior VP.
    I heard you're never going to become one so your chat is irrelevant
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    (Original post by Electronica)
    Money won't buy you happiness.
    +1
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    (Original post by EternalBudhist)
    yeah....But I'd rather cry in a Ferrari #Winning
    Fcwr reference?
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    Evidently no-one ****ing knows.
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    (Original post by Electronica)
    Money won't buy you happiness.
    This statement has never made sense as happiness is not something that can be acquired by some sort of currency anyway.

    What are you saying, that it's better to be poor then? Seeing as money doesn't buy you happiness why don't you go live in a slum in Ghana or somewhere and see just how happy you are. Look at the world's poorest people and see for yourself just how unhappy they are.

    Besides the notion of happiness is completely subjective, so whilst you may gain it from the finer things in life that don't hold monetary value, others may gain genuine happiness from material aspects.

    As for the OP's question, as has been said already it's not specific enough. The salaries vary across a wide spectrum depending on the division, bank, location...
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    I heard it was £6bn in the first year and £10tn senior VP.
    Lol you obviously don't know a lot about the industry. A top performing CEO of one of the big banks = £6bn if year has been very high performance. 10tn? lol
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    (Original post by Callaghan)
    Lol you obviously don't know a lot about the industry. A top performing CEO of one of the big banks = £6bn if year has been very high performance. 10tn? lol
    He was joking you idiot.
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    (Original post by Callaghan)
    Lol you obviously don't know a lot about the industry. A top performing CEO of one of the big banks = £6bn if year has been very high performance. 10tn? lol
    Do you honestly believe a top CEO will earn £6bn?
 
 
 
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