Are you compensated fairly?

Now is your chance to contribute to the industry’s most authoritative benchmark for private equity firm CFOs and COOs.

Compensation and incentivisation are core tenets of private equity, an industry whose mantra is alignment of interests. As sister publication Private Equity Manager has reported throughout the year, however, various stress points – including increased regulation, pressure to reduce management fees and the evolution of some of the bigger private equity firms into diversified asset managers – are impacting how fund managers today are thinking about remuneration.

Now is the time of year we augment that market-leading coverage by collecting key data points for quantitative analysis in our annual compensation survey. Conducted in conjunction with our annual Private Equity CFOs and COOs Forum in New York, which will be held on January 20-21, we poll all CFO/COO-level conference attendees ahead of the event as well as our database of North American and European private equity CFOs and COOs.

Now is your chance to contribute to the industry’s most authoritative benchmark for the compensation of private equity firm managers. We have questions for you on issues ranging from bonus structures to changes in headcount. Please take a few moments to respond to our quick survey – it won’t take long and will result in valuable data for you and your peers.

All individual votes will be strictly confidential and the results will be presented in the aggregate. The results will be unveiled at the conference and included in the February issue of PEM.

Click here to take the survey.

Thanks for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you in New York next month.