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Average salary for Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment


Top Inhouse Lawyer (Investment) Salaries - By  Title

 

Title Average Salary Full Access

Senior Manager

$199,000  Get full report

Manager

$132,000  Get full report

Junior Manager

$73,000  Get full report

Entry Level

$54,000  Get full report


The highest paid Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment are Senior Managers at $199,000 annually. The lowest paid Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment are Entry Levels at $54,000.

 



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Top Inhouse Lawyer (Investment) Salaries - By  Location

 

Location Average Salary Full Access

Hong Kong

$250,000  Get full report

USA

$178,000  Get full report

Switzerland

$162,000  Get full report

UK

$134,000  Get full report

Luxembourg

$92,000  Get full report

Singapore

$66,000  Get full report


Most Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment using Emolument work in Singapore for an average salary of $66,000. The best paid Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment work in Hong Kong for an average salary of $250,000.

 


Top Inhouse Lawyer (Investment) Salaries - By  Sectors

 

Sectors Average Salary Full Access

Asset & Wealth Management

$133,000  Get full report

Investment Banking & Markets

$113,000  Get full report


The most represented industry for Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment on Emolument is Asset & Wealth Management. Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment in that industry earn an average salary of $133,000. The highest paying sector for Inhouse Lawyers specialized in Investment is Asset & Wealth Management, with an average salary of $133,000.

 



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