Compensation Budget Planning season is here – ORDER the 2019-2020 Edition today
Complete your payroll budget planning stress-free with the critical data and insight found in the 2019-2020 PE/VC Compensation Report. Use this report to develop the most competitive compensation packages to recruit and retain top private equity and venture capital talent in 2020. (Ensure you don’t overspend as well!)
The 2019-2020 edition is the largest, most comprehensive survey-based study of private equity and venture capital compensation available.
The report is broken down into two parts.
Part 1 describes firm-wide compensation practices such as:
- Annual bonus plans
- Carried interest plans
- Co-investment plans
- Employee benefits, i.e. healthcare insurance, retirement plans, etc.
- Payroll costs as percent of revenue
- Year-over-year salary, bonus and staffing changes
Part 2 includes the average, median, bottom-quartile and top-quartile salary, bonus and carry distribution and carry points assigned to employees in 30 different job titles at firms grouped by investment strategy and AUM.
Sample groups include the following:
- LBO/growth equity firms (small, mid-sized and large)
- Venture capital firms (small, mid-sized and large)
- Mezzanine firms
- Funds of Funds
- Institutional private equity firms (owned by a company or investment bank)
The report also features break-outs for Canadian and Asian firms.
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The 2019-2020 Holt-MM&K-Buyouts Private Equity and Venture Capital Compensation Report is a joint effort of three parties. They are compensation consultants Holt Private Equity Consultants and MM&K; and global private equity publisher Buyouts. It is jointly written by:
- Michael Holt, Holt Private Equity Consultants
- Joseph Weitemeyer, Research Editor Buyouts Insider
Part 1. Executive Summary
I. Introduction/Participant Summary
- Key Findings
- Firm Classifications (Type and Size)
- List of Positions Surveyed
- List of Participants
- About the Authors
Part 2. Qualitative Information
II. Financial and Operational Data
- Committed Capital and Cost of Investments
- Number of Funds Managed and Number of Portfolio Companies
- Ownership Structure
- Management Fees/Other Fees/Fee Ratios/Fee Splits
III. Human Capital
- Number of Employees per Employee Group
- Staffing Changes 2018/2019
- Investment Manager Ratios (Capital/Fees/Portfolio Companies)
- Human Capital Policies/Years to Partner/ MBA Hiring & Compensation
- Payroll Cost and Total Employees
IV. Compensation Strategy
- Types of Compensation
- Salary & Bonus Changes
- Annual Bonus Plans
- Carried Interest Plans
- Employee Benefits
- General Partner Commitment (GPC)
- Co-Investment Plans
Part 3. Quantitative Data
V. Year to Year Changes in Compensation Levels Geographic Differences
VI. Compensation Levels Per Position (By Type & Size of Firm)
VII. Compensation Levels by Type & Size of Firm – North America, Canada, Asia Pacific, & Employee Benefit Costs