Bigger Paychecks for Executives, Directors

Jackson, Ben
October 2005
American Banker;10/7/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 194, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the results of a survey conducted by America's Community Bankers (ACB) about salaries of bank executives from the CEO to legal counsel and directors. How the average salary for most bank employees has risen; Comments from Debra Cope of ACB; Increase in the demands and complexity of bank executive's jobs; Effect of the lack of talented executives on salaries.


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