Senior Vice President (SVP), Asset Management Salary
The average pay for a Senior Vice President (SVP), Asset Management is $140,089 per year. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs. Skills that are associated with high pay for this job are Budget Management and Investment Management.
Job Description for Senior Vice President (SVP), Asset Management
Senior vice presidents (SVP) of asset management are responsible for monitoring assets and creating strategic value-maximizing plans. Their goal is to prepare for future obstacles and prevent them from occurring if possible.Read More...
These SVPs generally work closely with the company's ownership, property management, accounting, information technology, and risk management, and are responsible for developing business plans, identifying portfolio/asset strategies, routinely providing senior executives with performance feedback, overseeing annual budgets and quarterly forecasts, and acknowledging diversity and inclusion in the recruiting process.
A bachelor's degree in business and at least fifteen years of experience in the industry are generally required for this position, and asset management SVPs must also have a good understanding of acquisition, disposition, financing, leasing, and development/redevelopment processes. Travel may be necessary less than twenty-percent of the time, and communication in-person and via phone with others is necessary on a daily basis. Those in this position must have strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills to balance and coordinate several time-sensitive jobs at once, and skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook may also be necessary in addition to job training and meeting regulatory requirements.
Senior Vice President (SVP), Asset Management Tasks
- Compile reports on asset value and analyze financial performance of assets.
- Create and implement business plans which maximize returns from company assets.
- Oversee the leasing and development of company property, negotiating lease agreements and construction contracts.
- Supervise asset managers' works, developing a strong understanding of the business opportunities for each asset.