Financial industry wholesalers got an average pay boost of 10.6% last year, despite the fact that global markets began to unravel during the fourth quarter of 2000, according to a study released today.

The study, conducted by a Vermont executive recruiter called DGL Consultants, found that mutual fund sales managers garner substantially larger cash compensation packages, by at least 14% and as much as 32%, than the other financial industry wholesalers who were surveyed.

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