JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Industry group: Commercial Banks

Headquarters: New York

Overview

Average pay of disclosed executives at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Annual data

2018

On April 5, 2019, JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2018.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James DimonChairman and CEO$30,033,745
Daniel PintoCo-President and Co-COO; CEO CIB$21,105,946
Gordon SmithCo-President and Co-COO; CEO CCB$20,804,089
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO AWM$19,900,000
Marianne LakeChief Financial Officer$14,160,501

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $30,033,745 in total.

In addition, Daniel Pinto — Co-President and Co-COO; CEO CIB — received a total compensation of $21,105,946; Gordon Smith received $20,804,089; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $19,900,000; Marianne Lake received $14,160,501.

The company's median employee pay was $78,923.

2017

On April 5, 2018, JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2017.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James DimonChairman and CEO$28,313,787
Marianne LakeChief Financial Officer$12,960,969
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO AWM$19,242,152
Daniel PintoCEO CIB$19,015,778
Gordon SmithCEO CCB$19,406,985

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $28,313,787 in total.

In addition, Gordon Smith — CEO CCB — received a total compensation of $19,406,985; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $19,242,152; Daniel Pinto received $19,015,778; Marianne Lake received $12,960,969.

2016

On April 5, 2017, JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2016.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James DimonChairman and CEO$27,236,892
Marianne LakeChief Financial Officer$11,648,595
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO AWM$18,432,124
Daniel PintoCEO CIB$20,022,624
Matthew ZamesChief Operating Officer$18,711,113

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $27,236,892 in total.

In addition, Daniel Pinto — CEO CIB — received a total compensation of $20,022,624; Matthew Zames received $18,711,113; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $18,432,124; Marianne Lake received $11,648,595.

2015

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James DimonChairman and CEO$18,230,313
Marianne LakeChief Financial Officer$10,512,350
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO AWM$17,100,000
Daniel PintoCEO CIB$16,687,210
Matthew ZamesChief Operating Officer$17,600,842

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $18,230,313 in total.

In addition, Matthew Zames — Chief Operating Officer — received a total compensation of $17,600,842; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $17,100,000; Daniel Pinto received $16,687,210; Marianne Lake received $10,512,350.

2014

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James DimonChairman and CEO$27,701,709
Marianne LakeChief Financial Officer$9,150,713
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO AWM$15,661,975
Daniel PintoCEO CIB$15,834,420
Matthew ZamesChief Operating Officer$17,017,313

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $27,701,709 in total.

In addition, Matthew Zames — Chief Operating Officer — received a total compensation of $17,017,313; Daniel Pinto received $15,834,420; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $15,661,975; Marianne Lake received $9,150,713.

2013

On April 9, 2014, JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2013.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael J. CavanaghFormer Co-CEO CIB$16,200,000
James DimonChairman and CEO$11,791,833
Marianne LakeChief Financial Officer$8,229,388
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO AM$15,800,000
Daniel PintoCEO CIB$17,273,121
Matthew ZamesChief Operating Officer$17,400,000

Matthew Zames — Chief Operating Officer — received the highest compensation: $17,400,000 in total.

In addition, Daniel Pinto — CEO CIB — received a total compensation of $17,273,121; Michael J. Cavanagh received $16,200,000; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $15,800,000; James Dimon received $11,791,833; Marianne Lake received $8,229,388.

2012

On April 10, 2013, JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2012.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Douglas L. BraunsteinVice Chairman Former Chief Financial Officer$10,537,984
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO Asset Management$14,745,836
James DimonChairman and CEO$18,717,013
Daniel PintoCEO CIB$17,009,797
Matthew ZamesChief Operating Officer$16,604,301

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $18,717,013 in total.

In addition, Daniel Pinto — CEO CIB — received a total compensation of $17,009,797; Matthew Zames received $16,604,301; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $14,745,836; Douglas L. Braunstein received $10,537,984.

2011

On April 4, 2012, JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2011.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Ina R. DrewChief Investment Officer$15,509,866
James E. StaleyCEO Investment Bank$17,625,312
Douglas L. BraunsteinVice Chairman Former Chief Financial Officer$13,037,825
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO Asset Management$15,392,919
James DimonChairman and CEO$23,105,415

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $23,105,415 in total.

In addition, James E. Staley — CEO Investment Bank — received a total compensation of $17,625,312; Ina R. Drew received $15,509,866; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $15,392,919; Douglas L. Braunstein received $13,037,825.

2010

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Ina R. DrewChief Investment Officer$15,943,231
James E. StaleyCEO Investment Bank$13,619,014
James DimonChairman and CEO$20,816,289
Douglas L. BraunsteinVice Chairman Former Chief Financial Officer$16,668,705
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO Asset Management$10,892,618
Steven D. BlackFormer Vice Chairman$16,076,033
Michael J. CavanaghCEO Treasury & Securities Services Former CFO$9,045,760
Charles W. ScharfCEO Retail Financial Services$11,217,775

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $20,816,289 in total.

In addition, Douglas L. Braunstein — Vice Chairman Former Chief Financial Officer — received a total compensation of $16,668,705; Steven D. Black received $16,076,033; Ina R. Drew received $15,943,231; James E. Staley received $13,619,014; Charles W. Scharf received $11,217,775; Mary Callahan Erdoes received $10,892,618; Michael J. Cavanagh received $9,045,760.

2009

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James DimonChairman and CEO$1,322,094
Mary Callahan ErdoesCEO Asset Management$10,453,621
James E. StaleyCEO Investment Bank$8,960,492
William T. WintersFormer Co-CEO Investment Bank$20,040,074
Steven D. BlackFormer Vice Chairman$7,961,835
Michael J. CavanaghCEO Treasury & Securities Services Former CFO$6,127,480
Charles W. ScharfCEO Retail Financial Services$6,917,135

William T. Winters — Former Co-CEO Investment Bank — received the highest compensation: $20,040,074 in total.

In addition, Mary Callahan Erdoes — CEO Asset Management — received a total compensation of $10,453,621; James E. Staley received $8,960,492; Steven D. Black received $7,961,835; Charles W. Scharf received $6,917,135; Michael J. Cavanagh received $6,127,480; James Dimon received $1,322,094.

2008

NamePositionCompensationDetails
William T. WintersFormer Co-CEO Investment Bank$19,514,064
James DimonChairman and CEO$35,764,557
Steven D. BlackFormer Vice Chairman$19,188,990
Michael J. CavanaghCEO Treasury & Securities Services Former CFO$9,704,804
Charles W. ScharfCEO Retail Financial Services$15,537,928
James E. StaleyCEO Investment Bank$15,712,756

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $35,764,557 in total.

In addition, William T. Winters — Former Co-CEO Investment Bank — received a total compensation of $19,514,064; Steven D. Black received $19,188,990; James E. Staley received $15,712,756; Charles W. Scharf received $15,537,928; Michael J. Cavanagh received $9,704,804.

2007

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James DimonChairman and CEO$28,887,532
Michael J. CavanaghChief Financial Officer$7,256,017
Steven D. BlackVice Chairman$15,614,435
James E. StaleyCEO Investment Bank$14,599,852
William T. WintersFormer Co-CEO Investment Bank$15,955,157

James Dimon — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $28,887,532 in total.

In addition, William T. Winters — Former Co-CEO Investment Bank — received a total compensation of $15,955,157; Steven D. Black received $15,614,435; James E. Staley received $14,599,852; Michael J. Cavanagh received $7,256,017.