Forget top of equity. The magic circle’s battle is at the bottom of the lockstep

When it comes to pay, the highest earners have long made the headlines – but while £2m is a given for the magic circle firms’ top of equity, there’s no hard and fast rule for those at the bottom.

 

 

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