The executive team at the Financial Services Authority (FSA) shared out more than £300,000 in bonuses in the 15 months to the end of March, although chief executive Hector Sants handed his to charity.
The regulator's latest report shows that total remuneration for the five-man executive team was £3m in 2011/12, up from £2.7m in the previous year.
Meanwhile, during the same period, they shared £234,000 in performance-related bonuses, although stretched back to January 2011 (but included within the same accounting period), it totalled £307,250.
Out of this total, Hector Sants received £143,750, although he declined it, with the sum instead going to charity The Art Room.
Including his base salary, other emoluments and benefits and his pension, Sants' total remuneration was £835,731.
Meanwhile, in her last year with the regulator, Margaret Cole took home £615,939, with new managing director Martin Wheatley receiving £399,657.
Total staff costs at the FSA, including travel, training, recruitment and
pension scheme deficit reduction contributions, were £347.9m in 2011/12, compared to the budgeted figure of £360.2m.
£300bn of liabilities
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