Here are 20 of the richest investment bankers (in no particular order) in the world that you can learn from.
- Nathaniel Rothschild (Net worth: $5 billion)
- Ihor Kolomoyskyi (Net worth: 1.47 billion)
- Jorge Paulo Lemann (Net worth: 30.8 billion)
- Petr Kellner (Net worth: $14.2 billion)
- James Lee Jr (Net worth: $185 million)
Do investment bankers make a lot of money?
On a per hour basis, investment bankers are not paid nearly as well. With most analysts and associate working over 100 hours per week, their hourly wages can range anywhere between $25-$35 per hour. That’s not bad, but it doesn’t sound as good as $100,000 a year did.
Which investment banks pay the most?
JPMorgan Chase & Co. ranked as the highest paying investment bank, with compensation nearing the 99th percentile. Other well-paying banks include Wells Fargo & Co., Houlihan Lokey, Bank of America Corp. and Goldman Sachs Group.
Do investment bankers become millionaires?
Why do senior investment bankers make so much money? Bulge bracket banks, for instance, will turn down projects with small deal size; for example, the investment bank will not sell a company generating less than $250 million in revenue if it is already swamped with other bigger deals. Investment banks are brokers.
Do all investment bankers work long hours?
Junior-level bankers often work 16 hours per day, on a 90-100 hour work week. Higher-level bankers can sometimes put in a shorter, 12-hour day. For associates, the morning consists of responding to numerous, ongoing administrative emails, office meetings, and company analyses.