BANKING ON BIG EARNERS SURVEY: HAVE YOUR SAY

Written on the 18 November 2010

BANKING ON BIG EARNERS SURVEY: HAVE YOUR SAY

The astronomical remuneration packages received by the CEOs of our banking institutions have long been debated.

As interest rates look to shift and the average home owner is forced to buckle down, the financial rewards still fly thick and fast for bosses in the hot seats.





Commonwealth Bank CEO Ralph Norris in FY10

$16.158 million
ANZ CEO Mike Smith in FY09:
$7.5 million
Westpac CEO Gail Kelly FY09:
$8.484 million
National Australia Bank CEO Cameron Clyne FY09 (But only half year - joined in January 09)
$6.47 million
Suncorp-Metway CEO Patrick Snowball FY10
$2.9698 million
Bank of Queensland MD David Liddy FY10:
$2.238 million

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