Average compensation for CFOs jumped 18% from 2011 to 2012 atfinancial institutions with assets of $25 million to $2 billion,according to an analysis by BDO USA in Chicago.

What's more, banking CFOs had the highest percentagecompensation increase among CFOs and CEOs among seven differentindustries analyzed by BDO, an accounting and consulting firm.

However, CFOs at non-banking financial services firms –insurance firms, payday lending companies, currency exchanges,microloan organizations – received a comparatively meager 1%compensation increase last year.

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