QuoteOriginally posted by: slackerQuoteOriginally posted by: DevonFangsQuoteOriginally posted by: ashkarQuoteOriginally posted by: DevonFangsQuoteOriginally posted by: ashkar£250K total comp sounds right for mid level VPs based on recent pub discussions and general 30% off figures from 3 years ago.FO?yeah, forgot to add Trading. 3 years ago 2 flow traders on the same desk independently said about £250 total comp. They had 4-5 yrs experience so around senior associate level. With a bit of extrapolating in terms of experience and discounting around 30% in comp since then...£250K sounds right for mid level VP. Also have two structurers (again senior associate level) who claim to have made £180-£200 last year. This is in addition to the independent pub talk with a couple of VPs recently.Right, and this is meant to be the high end of the spectrum, so I don't see how the average across all function in, say, JPMorgan could be twice as much.So $375 all in for a top tier VP in IB trading with about 7-8 years exp. Sounds right to me.would be quite interested in the base+bonus breakout of the surveyIt's £ and it would seem not only trading.