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Can we shed some light into partner salaries?

 
#1 Can we shed some light into partner salaries?
25/04/2006 11:48

senior manager

Hi, I am a senior manager at ACN. I am interested in changing company just before making partner grade, and was wondering if we could share some info on partner basic salaries across the industry. Ill start

Partenr Basic Salary (1st year) : 120K ish, + 400K in shares (paid out over several years)

thanks!

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#2 Re: Can we shed some light into partner salaries?
25/04/2006 12:57

anon

I am a graduate - so interested in this from an endgame perspective.

Did you make it to this level by staying in Accenture for your whole career to date, or id dyou chop and change about.

120k seems low for a top ranking grade - does it rise much?

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#3 Re: Can we shed some light into partner salaries?
27/04/2006 18:08

Fixed salaries won't rise all that much. Variable (profit share / dividend / capital growth on shares) becomes dominant after a few years. Deloitte publishes partner remuneration data on its accounts showing average earnings of ~£900k - that means probably £200/250k at the low end and several millions at the top.

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