ABA Releases Its 36th Annual Compensation & Benefits Survey

Mazur, Michael
November 2009
Community Banker;Nov2009, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 36th annual American Bankers Association (ABA) Compensation & Benefits Survey in the U.S. in 2009. According to the author, the average base salaries of chief executive officers (CEOs) rose by 0.7 percent. He adds that more than 400 banks all over the country participated in the survey, wherein close to half have assets between 100 and 500 million U.S. dollars. The disparity in staff compensation, the average base salary of the chief operating officer (COO), and the bonus awards offered by banks are also discussed.


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