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Bank Executive Salary Total
Compensation
Bank of America Kenneth D. Lewis Chairman and CEO $1.5 million $24.8 million
Bank of America Joe L. Price Chief  Financial Officer $800,000 $6.5 million
Bank of America Amy Woods Brinkley Global Risk Executive $800,000 $9.3 million
Bank of America Barbara J. Desoer Global Technology and Operations Executive $800,000 $10.5 million
Bank of America Liam E. McGee President Global Consumer and Small Business Banking $800,000 $12.2 million
Bank of America Brian T. Moynihan President of Global Corporate and Investment Banking $718,859 $10.1 million
Bank of America R. Eugene Taylor Former Vice Chairman and Former President, Investment Banking $800,000 $3.3 million
Citigroup Sir Winfried Bischoff Chairman $373,734 $6.1 million
Citigroup Vikram Pandit CEO $250,000 573,813
Citigroup Gary Crittenden Chief Financial Officer $403,410 $19.4 million
Citigroup Sallie Krawcheck Chair and CEO—GWM $500,000 $7.1 million
Citigroup Lewis Kaden Vice Chairman $500,000 $6.8 million
Citigroup Michael Klein CEO- Global Banking $212,500 $7.9 million
Citigroup Stephen Volk Vice Chairman $212,500 $7.6 million
Citigroup Charles Prince Former Chairman and CEO $1 million $15.1 million
Goldman Sachs Lloyd C. Blankfein Chairman and CEO $600,000 $70.3 million
Goldman Sachs Gary D. Cohn President and Chief Operating Officer $600,000 $72.5 million
Goldman Sachs Jon Winkelried President and Chief Operating Officer $600,000 $71.5 million
Goldman Sachs David A. Viniar Chief Financial Officer $600,000 $58.5 million
Goldman Sachs Edward C. Forst Chief Administrative Officer $600,000 $49.1 million
JP Morgan Chase James Dimon Chairman and CEO $1 million $27.8 million
JP Morgan Chase Michael J. Cavanagh Chief financial officer $500,000 $8.3 million
JP Morgan Chase Steven D. Black Co-CEO Investment Bank $400,000 $20.9 million
JP Morgan Chase James E. Staley CEO Asset Management $400,000 $16.7 million
JP Morgan Chase William T. Winters Co-CEO Investment Bank $564,379 $21.2 million
Merrill Lynch John A. Thain Chief Executive Officer $57,692 $17.3 million
Merrill Lynch Nelson Chai Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer $34,615 $1.7 million
Merrill Lynch Gregory J. Fleming President & Chief Operating Officer $350,000 $27.4 million
Merrill Lynch Robert J. McCann Executive Vice President $350,000 $5 million
Merrill Lynch Jeffrey N. Edwards Former Chief Financial Officer $275,000 $2.6 million
Merrill Lynch E. Stanley O’Neal Former Chief Executive Officer $584,231 $24.3 million
Merrill Lynch Ahmass L. Fakahany Former Co-President and Co-COO $350,000 $4.6 million
Merrill Lynch Dow Kim Former Executive Vice President $309,615 $14.5 million
Morgan Stanley John J. Mack Chairman and CEO $800,000 $1.6 million
Morgan Stanley Colm Kelleher Chief Financial Officer $339,603 $21 million
Morgan Stanley David H. Sidwell Former Chief Financial Officer $275,000 $14.6 million
Morgan Stanley Robert W. Scully Co-President $500,000 $15.2 million
Morgan Stanley Gary G. Lynch Chief Legal Officer $300,000 $11.9 million
Morgan Stanley Thomas R. Nides Chief Administrative Officer $300,000 $6.3 million
NY Mellon Bank Robert P. Kelly Chief Executive Officer $975,000   $20.1 million
NY Mellon Bank Thomas A. Renyi Executive Chairman $1 million $22.2 million
NY Mellon Bank Gerald L. Hassell President $800,000   $11.8 million
NY Mellon Bank Bruce W. Van Saun Vice Chariman and Chief Financial Officer $650,000 $8.9 million
NY Mellon Bank Steven G. Elliott Senior Vice Chairman $675,000 $19.7 million
NY Mellon Bank Ronald P. O'Hanley Vice Chairman $675,000   $11.5 million
State Street Corp. Ronald E. Logue Chief Executive Officer $1 million $28.3 million
State Street Corp. Edward J. Resch Chief Financial Officer $650,000 $6.6 million
State Street Corp. Joseph L. Hooley Vice Chairman $725,000 $10.3 million
State Street Corp. Joseph C. Antonellis Vice Chairman $675,000 $9 million
State Street Corp. James S. Phalen Executive Vice President $480,000 $7 million
Wells Fargo Richard M. Kovacevich Chairman $995,000 $22.9 million
Wells Fargo John G. Stumpf President & Chief Executive Officer $749,615 $12.6 million
Wells Fargo Howard I. Atkins Senior Executive Vice President & CFO $600,000 $5.1 million
Wells Fargo David A. Hoyt Senior Executive Vice President, Wholesale Banking $600,000 $6.4 million
Wells Fargo Mark C. Oman Senior Executive VP, Home & Consumer Finance $600,000 $6.4 million
Wells Fargo Carrie L. Tolstedt Senior Executive VP, Community Banking $495,192 $4 million
Source: Company proxy statements for 2007

04.02.2012. 14:27

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