Fixed Income Analyst Salary
Median pay for Fixed Income Analysts in the United States is around $64K annually. Overall cash earnings for Fixed Income Analysts stretch from $40K on the lower end to $199K near the top, and the heftiest packages can encompass around $72K from bonuses and $5K from profit sharing. Career duration is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by geography. Medical benefits are awarded to most, and a strong majority earn dental coverage. Most people on this career path report moderate levels of job satisfaction. Making up 77 percent of those who took the survey, male Fixed Income Analysts greatly outnumber their female counterparts. This snapshot results from replies to PayScale's salary survey.
|Salary||$40,308 - $168,949|
|Bonus||$0.00 - $71,686|
|Profit Sharing||$195.74 - $5,106|
|Total Pay (||$39,868 - $198,659|
Job Description for Fixed Income Analyst
Fixed income analysts work in the investment services industry to monitor the success of fixed-income investment instruments, such as bonds, derivatives, credit instruments, and other related investment opportunities. They also advise both traders and investors of their findings to help them determine the best investment decisions. Their clients may range from banks, brokers, and other investment industry entities to individual customers.Read More...
These analysts must evaluate and make sense of financial information, particularly related to fixed-income securities, to help their clients make the best decisions. They then organize, compile, and interpret this information and provide further explanation and guidance to suit clients' needs and expectations.
Fixed income analysts must have expert-level understanding of finance and fixed-income markets and stay up-to-date with changes and fluctuations in value as they occur. Knowledge of legal and regulatory issues and strong organizational and communication skills are also important in this position to help clients understand the compiled information and apply it effectively.
A bachelor’s degree in finance, economics, business, or a related field is generally required for this position, and some analysts may need ongoing education in fixed-income trading and analysis, such as for new products, trends in finance instruments, market changes, clients' needs, or regulatory information. Some employers may require a master's degree, and they must also be licensed according to federal requirements and their state of employment.
Fixed Income Analyst Tasks
- Prepare presentations for conferences, workshops, and client meetings.
- Collect and analyze data, research information
- Design, define, and develop custom modules, features, and package integration from proposal to product.
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Pay by Experience Level for Fixed Income Analyst
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
Relatively untried employees who have fewer than five years of experience earn around $62K on average. People who have worked for five to 10 years can expect a higher median salary of $83K. After 10 to 20 years, professionals can make it pretty big; the median salary sits in the six-figure neighborhood of $220K. For some reason, Fixed Income Analysts with more than two decades of experience report lower paychecks overall; the median sum in this group sits near $210K.
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