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Höhe, Struktur und Determinanten der Managervergütung: Eine Analyse der Fondsbranche in Deutschland

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  • Drachter, Kerstin
  • Kempf, Alexander
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    In dieser Arbeit untersuchen wir Höhe und Struktur der Vergütung von Fondsmanagern und erklären diese durch Eigenschaften des Arbeitnehmers, des Arbeitgebers und des Arbeitsplatzes. Insgesamt verdienen deutsche Fondsmanager weniger als ihre merikanischen Kollegen. Die Vergütungshöhe hängt primär von der Bedeutung des Arbeitsplatzes im Unternehmen ab, die Vergütungsstruktur dagegen in erster Linie von Eigenschaften des Fondsmanagers und der Fondsgesellschaft. Fondsgesellschaften motivieren ihre Manager primär durch hohe Boni in guten Jahren, nicht durch Bestrafung in schlechten Jahren. Dem aus dieser Asymmetrie resultierenden Anreiz zu hohen Anlagerisiken wirken Fondsgesellschaften durch Einschränkung der Handlungsspielräume der Manager entgegen. Insgesamt deuten die Ergebnisse auf ein hohes Maß an Rationalität bei der Ausgestaltung der Vergütungsverträge in der Fondsbranche hin.

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    Paper provided by University of Cologne, Centre for Financial Research (CFR) in its series CFR Working Papers with number 10-05.

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    Date of creation: 2010
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:cfrwps:1005
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