Risk meets reward in traders’ pay

UK energy traders are enjoying large pay increases at a time when the global economy is seeing early signs of decline, says a January 2002 report.

The salary survey conducted by London-based consultancy SMCL highlights the differences in pay between proprietary traders and asset-based traders, the former enjoying large bonuses in comparison with those of their colleagues.

A major reason for this is the emergence of energy trading houses, which typically pay their proprietary traders a

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