Citi Director Salaries in London, UK Area

31 SalariesUpdated 11 May 2020

Avg Base Pay
£173,934
£102K£273K
Avg Total Pay
£216K
Avg Additional Pay
£54,865
£11K£208K
Additional Pay
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Cash Bonus (22)
£54,865
£11K - £208K
Stock Bonus (9)
£25,069
£10K - £108K
Profit Sharing, Commission Sharing, Tips have not been reported for this role
The typical Citi Director salary is £173,934. Director salaries at Citi can range from £101,919 - £272,701. This estimate is based upon 29 Citi Director salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Director at Citi can expect to make an average total pay of £216,335 . See all Director salaries to learn how this stacks up in the market.

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Director

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£145,119/yr

Range: £86K - £272K

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£145,119/yr
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Director

UBS

£107,489/yr

Range: £66K - £259K

98 salaries

£107,489/yr
£66K£259K

Director

Deutsche Bank

£175,161/yr

Range: £22K - £282K

74 salaries

£175,161/yr
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