Berger's 2013 CEO Salary: $424,000
NAFCU President/CEO Dan Berger received $373,723 in base compensation in 2013, according to the organization's IRS 990 form. Berger also received $358,575 in deferred compensation for a multi-year 457(f) retirement plan in 2013, according to the tax document.
Berger further received $89,187 in retirement and other deferred compensation, as well as bonus/incentive pay of $55,000, for a total of $906,434 reported to the IRS last year.
The former NAFCU EVP was promoted to CEO Aug. 1. Berger said base salary as CEO of the trade association last year was $424,000.
Berger’s predecessor, Fred Becker, received base pay of $583,358 in 2012 and $1,082,103 in total compensation, which also included a retirement plan payout. Becker retired as president/CEO on July 31, 2013. His base salary through July 31 was $431,675 and his total compensation was $604,955, including $122,000 in bonus/incentive pay.
NAFCU Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Anthony Demangone was paid a total of $338,842 in 2013, with $250,866 as his base compensation.
CUNA’s 2013 990 form was not available. CUNA Spokesman Pat Keefe said he could not provide the compensation information at this time.