Lloyd Blankfein

Top 10 highest-paid US bank CEO

September 28, 2011

Think you earn enough? See how much they earn and compare yourself where you stand.

1. Jamie Dimon: $20.8 million
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Bank: J.P. Morgan Chase
Cash compensation: $6.6 million
Stock and options: $14.2 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: 1,541.5%

 

2. Robert P. Kelly: $19.4 million
Robert Kelly
Bank: Bank of New York Mellon
Cash compensation: $7.0 million
Stock and options: $12.4 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: 72.5%

 

3. John Stumpf: $17.6 million
John Stumpf
Bank: Wells Fargo
Cash compensation: $6.6 million
Stock and options: $11.0 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: -6.3%

 

4. Ken Chenault: $16.3 million
Kenneth Chenault
Bank: American Express
Cash compensation: $5.0 million
Stock and options: $11.2 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: -2.2%

 

5. Richard K. Davis: $16.1 million
Richard Davis
Bank: U.S. Bancorp
Cash compensation: $4.1 million
Stock and options: $12.0 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: 143.0%

 

6. James Gorman: $14.9 million
James Gorman
Bank: Morgan Stanley
Cash compensation: $4.7 million
Stock and options: $10.2 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: 130.4%

 

7. Richard D. Fairbank: $14.9 million
Richard Fairbank
Bank: Capital One
Cash compensation: $100,637
Stock and options: $14.8 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: 144.4%

 

8. Lloyd Blankfein: $14.1 million
Lloyd Blankfein
Bank: Goldman Sachs
Cash compensation: $6.5 million
Stock and options: $7.7 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: 1,275.9%

 

9. C. Robert Henrikson: $13.9 million
C Robert Hendrikson
Bank: MetLife
Cash compensation: $5.8 million
Stock and options: $8.0 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: 39.0%

 

10. James E. Rohr: $11.6 million
James Rohr
Bank: PNC Financial
Cash compensation: $3.9 million
Stock and options: $7.7 million
Total compensation 1-yr. change: -21.4%

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