The 10 highest paid bank CEOs

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Even in a down economy, Wall Street continues to do well for itself, and it's no secret that the top dogs at the biggest U.S. banks command huge compensation packages. But while the industry is generally mum when it comes to reporting CEO earnings, the information is readily accessible.

Here, FierceFinance has gathered 10 of the highest paid bank CEOs in the country for 2011, the most recent year for which compensation information has been provided to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Numbers include total financial packages and account for salary, bonuses, stock options, etc. All figures were provided by banks to the SEC in required, publicly accessible annual proxy statements.

 

 

Company: PNC ($PNC)
CEO: Jim Rohr
2011 Total Compensation: $8,025,000
2010 Total Compensation:  $16,600,793
 

 

Company: Bank of America ($BAC)
CEO: Brian Moynihan
2011 Total Compensation: $8,087,181
2010 Total Compensation: $15,000,000

   

Company: Morgan Stanley ($MS)
CEO: James Gorman
2011 Total Compensation: $10,500,000
2010 Total Compensation: $15,185,737

 

Company: BNY Mellon($BAC)
CEO: Gerald Hassell
2011 Total Compensation: $12,350,260

 

Company: U.S. Bank ($USB)
CEO: Richard Davis
2011 Total Compensation:$13,619,458
2010 Total Compensation: $18,771,205

 

Company: Citigroup ($C)
CEO: Vikram Pandit
2011 Total Compensation: $15,000,000
2010 Total Compensation: $1
 

Company: Goldman Sachs ($GS)
CEO: Lloyd Blankfein
2011 Total Compensation: $16,164,405
2010 Total Compensation: $14,116,423

 

Company: Wells Fargo ($WFC)
CEO: John Stumpf
2011 Total Compensation: $17,900,000
2010 Total Compensation: $17,100,000

 

Company: Capital One ($COF)
CEO: Richard Fairbank
2011 Total Compensation: $19,203,996
2010 Total Compensation: $14,859,688
 

 

Company: JPMorgan ($JPM)
CEO: Jamie Dimon
2011 Total Compensation:$23,000,000
2010 TotalCompensation: $20,816,298