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Jobs as Portfolio Manager in London

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Working as Portfolio Manager in London

London is a fantastic city to choose a position as a Portfolio Manager! The city is a renowned financial hub and is home to a huge variety of companies and businesses. In London, working as a Portfolio Manager, you can expect to earn around £80,000 per year, which is well above the national average of £67,000. Wages depend on the number and size of clients a Portfolio Manager holds, as well as bonuses based on performance. As these roles are highly respected, wages can reach over £100,000. Major recruiters include global banks like Barclays and HSBC, right through to smaller independent agencies. To succeed in this role, you must be very efficient and be able to cope with large amounts of pressure and fast decisions. You must also have an intrinsic knowledge of economics and financial theory. Communication skills, determination and a hungry nature are also vital for success.

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Highways Senior Asset Manager - Hertfordshire
WSPHertford, England
23 hours ago
Part-time
Occasional remote work
Extensive Experience
80k-100k/year
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