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PwC Wealth Advisory Manager monthly salaries in Singapore

Salary estimated from 6 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 19 August, 2020
Average salary
$8,254 per month
14% Above national average
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$2,600
$17,000
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We are looking for a Senior Manager who is passionate about Health/MedTech, and more broadly the Health Industries. A career at PwC is more than “just” a job.
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The PwC’s Asian Investment Fund Centre is a multi-purpose entity composed of advisory and consulting trained professionals in asset & wealth management.
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The PwC’s Asian Investment Fund Centre is a multi-purpose entity composed of advisory and consulting trained professionals in asset & wealth management.
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4.0
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Bennefits Excellent!
Benefits are great, if you are in a group other than Advisory, it's actually a very good company to work for. The people are very respectful, and especially the Austin group was incredibly energetic and upbeat besides the incredible workload.

Big emphasis with Managers taking care of their people, very impressive!
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4.0
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Good place to work.
No complaints. Just like any other Big 4 role, it has it's pro's and cons. Work life balance is excellent. Compensation could be a bit more but that's everywhere.
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2.0
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Good learning opportunities and benefits. extremely political environment
A typical day at work can vary significantly. Projects are quite different from each other both in terms of content and team dynamics. Agility and adaptability are key skills required to do well.

The company is a good for recent graduates as it provides excellent learning opportunities. There are also a broad variety of projects that allows one to dabble in before deciding on a career path.


Forget about work-life balance. Every one is willing to go the extra mile, which has created a very hard-working culture. Late night and weekend working is quite common.


Also, the company is extremely political - it's a manager pleasing culture. Lots of manipulative people and territory grabbing at all levels, especially in mid-level and senior positions. Doing the right thing is not at all important. What matters is that you have pleased your managers and partners even when it is evident that what they are asking of you is ethically wrong or detrimental to the clients' requirements.
Pros
Good compensation and benefits, good learning opportunities
Cons
Favoritism, territory grabbing - absolutely no sense of team work;
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How much does a Wealth Advisory Manager make at PwC in Singapore?
Average PwC Wealth Advisory Manager monthly pay in Singapore is approximately $8,254, which is 14% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 7 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalized comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures.