Which bank CEOs received the biggest raises in 2018?


Jamie Dimon remains the highest-paid chief executive, but his 5% pay raise was smaller than that of at least five of his counterparts. Here's what CEOs of 13 large and regional banks earned last year, based on recent proxy filings.


Wells Fargo's Sloan 'should be shown the door': Waters


House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters said the CEO's 2018 bonus was "outrageous and wholly inappropriate" and called for his removal.


Wells Fargo boosts CEO Sloan’s pay to $18.4 million for 2018


It was a 5.7% raise from the previous year. His total compensation was the smallest among the CEOs of the six biggest U.S. financial institutions, but his salary was the largest.


Don’t hold your breath for an executive compensation rule


If there is renewed interest in a proposal to restrict incentive-based plans, that isn’t enough to overcome obstacles that have hindered the rulemaking for so long.


In a twist, Wells Fargo gets $240M payout in latest phony-account settlement


The settlement would mark a rare instance where the bank stands to benefit monetarily from a scandal that has severely damaged its reputation and cost it hundreds of millions in penalties.


U.S. Bank Holding Companies with the Highest Multiples of Net Income to Salary and Benefits


Year to date through Sep. 30, 2018. Dollars in thousands.


How we select the Best Fintechs to Work For


A collaboration between SourceMedia and the Best Companies Group, the list is derived from reviews of employer benefits and policies and comprehensive surveys filled out by the companies' employees.


Quarles stresses vigilance; Morgan Stanley to buy stock plan business


The Fed vice chair says regulators need to be on the “cutting edge” at spotting vulnerabilities; firm looks to win over future millionaires.


BofA boosts Moynihan's pay to record $26.5 million


The CEO earned a 15% pay increase after the company posted record profits.


Shutdown boosts payday lenders; CEO pay growth far outpaces rank-and-file


Many government employees are turning to alternative lenders to bridge the gap between paychecks; the average pay at the biggest U.S. banks rose by just 3% last year, well below the CEO rate.