In the latest article, the Financial Times investigated the total remuneration packages of bosses at the world’s largest banks, accumulating information from the yearly reports of significant money lenders around the globe.

As expected, the highest -paid CEOs tend to work for major US banks, which have the biggest accounting reports, most clients, and for the most part among the greatest on the planet.

Scroll down to have a look at 16 highest paid CEOs:

16. Ross McEwan, RBS — $7 million (£5.4 million)

15. Jose Antonio Alvarez, Santander — $7.2 million (£5.5 million)

14. William Downe, Bank of Montreal — $7.3 million (£5.6 million)

13. David McKay, Royal Bank of Canada —$7.6 million (£5.8 million

12. Bill Winters, Standard Chartered — $7.6 million (£5.8 million) 

11. Tidjane Thiam, Credit Suisse — $9.9 million (£7.6 million)

10. Jes Staley, Barclays — $10.2 million (£7.8 million)

9. Antonio Horta-Osorio, Lloyds Banking Group —$10.3 million (£7.9 million)

8. Tim Sloan, Wells Fargo — $12.9 million (£9.9 million)

7. Stuart Gulliver, HSBC — $13.1 million (£10.1 million) 

6. Sergio Ermotti, UBS — $13.9 million (£10.7 million)

5. Michael Corbat, Citigroup — $15.5 million (£11.9 million)

 

4. Brian Moynihan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch — $20.2 million (£15.5 million)

3. Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs — $22.3 million (£17.1 million)

2. James Gorman, Morgan Stanley — $22.5 million (£17.3 million)

1. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase — $28.2 million (£21.6 million)

 

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