Help Build Our Industry Image! This survey gathers important information about banks and how they are cornerstones of their communities. The information gathered will be analyzed and presented to the media, elected officials and others so they can better understand how critical financial institutions are to their communities.
Bank Compensation & Benefits Survey
The 2021 Survey is open for participation. We welcome your participation in this valuable survey. The data is as good as our participation rate. All member and nonmember banks are encouraged to participate.
About the Survey
• Upon registration, download a paper copy for ease of data collection
• Pause/resume the survey at any time
• Print a copy of your completed survey
• Data is secure and confidential and will not be shared or sold.
• Results available in June
About the Compensation Web Tool
The website allows you to easily compile custom aggregation of the compensation data without the need of extensive statistical application. Plus, you'll have compensation data from our partner states, Missouri, Ohio and Iowa.
Survey Results Includes
• Salary and Bonus Compensation
• Incentive Plans and Compensation Trends
• Recruiting and Retention
• Vacation, Sick & Paid Leave
• Health Care Costs
• Medical, Dental, Retirement and Director Benefits
Survey Results Fee Schedule
Includes access to the web portal and the detailed Adobe Acrobat pdf results.
Members - $99 Nonmembers - $299
Members / Nonmembers - $499
2021 Participation Starts here!
purchase the 2020 Results
About the Survey
The RFI is a nationwide long-term initiative created by the Coalition of Bankers Associations, L.L.C. It is an online survey that every bank should take immediately after each examination. The data collected will be a powerful resource for the entire industry and will help identify ongoing regulatory problems so we can work with the regulatory agencies to make necessary changes in the examination process.
A custom RFI report can be requested - Safety & Soundness and Compliance. We encourage survey participants to request a report as it can be used as a benchmarking tool.