Portfolio-Manager Salaries in London Area

Updated 29 Jun 2022
£73,586 /yr
Average Base Pay

597 salaries

£40K

Low

£74K

Average

£135K

High

Additional Cash Compensation
Average£28,281Range£4,375 - £182,828
The average salary for Portfolio-Manager is £73,586 per year in the London Area. The average additional cash compensation for a Portfolio-Manager in the London Area is £28,281, with a range from £4,375 - £182,828. Salaries estimates are based on 597 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Portfolio-Manager employees in the London Area.

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Investment-Analyst

£49,586

per year

Assistant Portfolio Manager

£53,848

per year

Associate Portfolio Manager

£67,585

per year

Equity Analyst

£70,048

per year

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Infinity Capital Markets

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£53K -£58K

£53K

£58K

£53,465 - £57,537 Range

Svalbard Capital Partners
5.0

Svalbard Capital Partners

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£49K -£52K

£49K

£52K

£48,639 - £51,947 Range

Banca Fideuram
3.6

Banca Fideuram

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£146K -£156K

£146K

£156K

£146,053 - £156,170 Range

OenoFuture

OenoFuture

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£49K -£53K

£49K

£53K

£48,665 - £52,729 Range

BlackRock
4.1

BlackRock

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£127K -£137K

£127K

£137K

£126,848 - £136,982 Range

Capula Investment Management
4.0

Capula Investment Management

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£144K -£156K

£144K

£156K

£144,071 - £155,624 Range

Golden Gate Capital

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£66K -£72K

£66K

£72K

£66,130 - £72,323 Range

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Seedrs
4.1

Seedrs

Portfolio-Manager
About 

£55K -£61K

£55K

£61K

£55,461 - £60,749 Range

Alpha FX
4.3

Alpha FX

Portfolio Manager

£49,102

 /yr
Range: £37K - £67K

£37K

£67K

£37,091 - £67,033 Range

BlackRock
4.1

BlackRock

Portfolio Manager

£112,794

 /yr
Range: £67K - £229K

£67K

£229K

£66,921 - £229,141 Range

NatWest Group
3.9

NatWest Group

Portfolio Manager

£55,893

 /yr
Range: £30K - £134K

£30K

£134K

£30,301 - £134,067 Range

Barclays
4.0

Barclays

Portfolio Manager

£77,919

 /yr
Range: £42K - £147K

£42K

£147K

£42,238 - £147,305 Range

Schroders
4.1

Schroders

Portfolio Manager

£85,281

 /yr
Range: £55K - £170K

£55K

£170K

£54,557 - £169,708 Range

HSBC
3.8

HSBC

Portfolio Manager

£81,402

 /yr
Range: £42K - £103K

£42K

£103K

£42,123 - £103,012 Range

Cazenove Capital
4.4

Cazenove Capital

Assistant Portfolio Manager

£43,821

 /yr
Range: £40K - £58K

£40K

£58K

£39,648 - £58,000 Range

abrdn
3.1

abrdn

Portfolio Manager

£86,086

 /yr
Range: £74K - £147K

£74K

£147K

£74,074 - £146,804 Range

Rendall and Rittner
3.7

Rendall and Rittner

Portfolio Accountant

£38,587

 /yr
Range: £37K - £47K

£37K

£47K

£36,700 - £46,666 Range

Cazenove Capital
4.4

Cazenove Capital

Portfolio Manager

£68,911

 /yr
Range: £61K - £86K

£61K

£86K

£61,110 - £86,086 Range

J.P. Morgan
4.0

J.P. Morgan

Portfolio Manager

£106,533

 /yr
Range: £56K - £218K

£56K

£218K

£55,555 - £218,229 Range

Capgemini
3.8

Capgemini

Portfolio Manager

£101,389

 /yr
Range: £87K - £108K

£87K

£108K

£86,747 - £108,225 Range

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Frequently asked questions about a Portfolio-Manager salaries

The average salary for a Portfolio-Manager is £73,586 per year in London Area. Salaries estimates are based on 597 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Portfolio-Manager employees in London Area.

The highest salary for a Portfolio-Manager in London Area is £134,918 per year.

The lowest salary for a Portfolio-Manager in London Area is £40,135 per year.

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