The chairman and senior directors at the FSA shared more than £2.6m in salaries, bonuses and benefits in the year to 31 March, documents show.
The regulator's latest accounts show chief executive Hector Sants topped the pile with a £500,000 salary, boosted by £115,000 in performance related bonuses, £131,810 in other emoluments and benefits and a £60,000 payment into his pension.
This brought his total earning up to £806,810, up from £773,067 in 2010, an increase of 4.36%.
Meanwhile, chairman Adair Turner earned a salary of £426,000, with £22,076 in benefits and £52,200 in pension contributions, bringing his total to £500,276, up from £488,557.
Sally Dewar earned a total of £554,233, while Jon Pain and Margaret Cole received £519,270 and £263,686 respectively.
The FSA's non-executive directors also received £359,167 in board fees, up from £253,834 in 2010.
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