Playing for Pay: How Did Big Financial CEOs Stack Up in 2011?

Executive compensation vs. performance still looks out of joint

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Brian Moynihan, Bank of America

2011 Compensation: ~$8 million

Bank of AmericaBank of America (NYSE:BAC) CEO Brian T. Moynihan presides over one of the biggest and most persistently troubled of the TARP players. Moynihan earned a total compensation package of about $8 million (although that number is hard to actually quantify) — not great by peer standards, but not bad for a guy whose company generated a 0.07% return on assets and a 0.04% return on equity, and lost a whopping 58% of its stock value.

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