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Average Salary For Vice President (VP), Operations at Morgan Stanley

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Updated: 22 Nov 2014
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Vice President (VP), Operations at Morgan Stanley Average Salary (?
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$66,025 - $182,775
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Compare Employers: Vice President (VP), Operations at Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC) Barclays Capital Inc
Compensation
Salary
$61,883 - $161,674
$71,015 - $139,574
$73,182 - $186,346
Bonus
$2,885 - $35,936
$4,848 - $51,521
$2,941 - $41,968
Profit Sharing
not applicable
$2,058 - $29,217
$2,103 - $28,174
Total Pay
$66,025 - $182,775
$74,468 - $183,475
$77,039 - $216,019
     
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Vacation Weeks unavailable unavailable 3.9 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
2 reporting
40%
3 reporting
60%
6 reporting
55%
5 reporting
45%
3 reporting
50%
3 reporting
50%
Years Experience Breakdown
5-9
10-19
20+
5-9
10-19
Popular Perks 401(k), Tuition reimbursement, Paid sick leave 401(k), Paid sick leave, Paid holidays & vacation 401(k), Paid holidays & vacation, Life insurance / disability

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