JPMorgan Chase's (JPM) Jamie Dimon was easily the banking industry's highest-paid chief executive last year, raking in more than $23 million in salary, bonuses and stock-related compensation.

Wells Fargo's (WFC) John Stumpf ranked second among highest-paid CEOs, according to an analysis of proxy reports by SNL Financial, earning a total of $19.8 million, and Capital One Financial's (COF) Richard Fairbank — despite receiving no base salary or bonus — ranked third, earning nearly $18.7 million.

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