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Average Salary For Vice President (VP), Information Technology (IT) at Morgan Stanley Advantage Services

Vice President (VP), Information Technology (IT) at Morgan Stanley Advantage Services Average Salary (?
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Rs 2,564,447 - Rs 4,616,844
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MEDIAN: Rs 2,989,024
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Compare Employers: Vice President (VP), Information Technology (IT) at Morgan Stanley Advantage Services

Morgan Stanley Advantage Services J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC) Barclays Technology Center India
Compensation
Salary
Rs 2,266,924 - Rs 4,013,353
Rs 1,723,246 - Rs 3,945,303
Rs 1,494,522 - Rs 3,941,811
Bonus
Rs 99,666 - Rs 1,454,370
Rs 103,042 - Rs 724,952
Rs 134,726 - Rs 924,005
Total Pay
Rs 2,564,447 - Rs 4,616,844
Rs 1,936,922 - Rs 4,476,214
Rs 1,913,048 - Rs 4,573,056
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare Benefits Healthcare Benefits Healthcare Benefits
Vacation Weeks 3.2 Weeks 3.1 Weeks 3.6 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
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33%
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67%
Years Experience Breakdown
10-19
5-9
10-19
10-19
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