WEBINAR – Remuneration – Winners and Losers 2021

Compeer has run its remuneration survey of the UK wealth management industry twice yearly for over ten years and today it includes data from over 10,000 individuals, thereby representing close to 1/3 of the industry’s workforce.

In light of current circumstances, Parkwell Management Consultants and Compeer will be hosting a webinar on the topic “Remuneration – Winners and Losers” where we will share the key trends in the Wealth Management industry arising from these surveys including:

We will also include an insight into recruitment and HR challenges currently being faced by the sector. The world of work is now – perhaps irrevocably – blended with the world of home. With the ongoing challenge of achieving the right work/life balance, employee engagement and talent management are key subjects for business leaders.

Please use the form below to register your interest in attending this webinar. A member of the Compeer team will then be in touch shortly.

There is no charge for this webinar for representatives of wealth management firms and private banks. A charge of £100 + VAT applies for service providers.

CPD certificates will be issued shortly after the webinar.

Event Information

16:00 – 16:05           Dan Macey, Parkwell – “Welcome & Introduction”

16:05 – 16:20           James Brown, Compeer – “Wealth Management Remuneration – The impact of COVID 19”

16:20 – 16:30           Prash Arora, Parkwell – “Challenges and Opportunities”

16:30 – 17:00           Panel Discussion

Melanie Stancliffe (Cripps Pemberton Greenish), James Brown (Compeer), Hugo Hunt (Parkwell)

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Dan Macey – Senior Recruiter – Parkwell

Dan has a wealth of experience in private banking search and selection. He has recruited for many of the world’s leading banks as well as smaller institutions and family offices in the UK, Europe and emerging markets. Dan heads up Suffolk Lane Search and is responsible for developing new business while maintaining existing relationships with key clients.

Prash Arora – Senior Consultant – Parkwell

Prash is a senior consultant at Parkwell with over 10 years search experience focusing on mid to senior level appointments within wealth and asset management, including Private Banks and Hedge Funds. Prash is CFA qualified and began his career in asset management in Edinburgh before moving to the City as a Fund Manager covering European equities and structured products for institutional clients.

James Brown – Head of Client Services – Compeer

James joined Compeer in October 2006 as an analyst following his graduation from The University of Warwick, where he studied Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics.  Today he manages Compeer’s team of analysts.

He has widely presented key trends in the UK Wealth Management Industry, with in-depth experience of providing statistical analysis of firms’ business performance. He regularly provides recommendations during presentations to Executive boards and is actively involved in bespoke research projects.

Melanie Stancliffe – Partner – Cripps Pemberton Greenish

Melanie Stancliffe, is a partner in Cripps Pemberton Greenish’s employment team and is ranked as an expert in legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners. With over 21 years’ experience, Melanie advises businesses, senior executives, employees and the self-employed on a range of employment matters including restrictive covenants, terminations, boardroom disputes and high value tribunal claims.  She advises clients regularly about the implications of team moves in the financial services, technology, and retail sectors.

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