Thursday, July 5, 2018

The Average NCUA Employee Earned More Than $128,000 in 2017

The average pay of National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) employees topped $128 thousand for 2017, according to

NCUA's 1,139 employees earned an average of $128,030.72. In 2016, the average NCUA employee earned $121,180.88.

Pay includes base salary plus bonus.

Eighty-six NCUA employees earned in excess of $200,000 with 17 employees earning more than $250,000.

The following table lists the 10 highest paid employees at NCUA.


  1. Is it not true that the average OCC employee and the average FDIC employee make more money? There are more than 6,000 FDIC and almost 4,000 OCC employees? So the NCUA does its work with less employees and lower pay. But that was not the focus of this "discussion" piece.

  2. PIGS AT THE TROUGH. The credit unions are not for profit. But the NCUA regulator is all about the profit. They rape, pillage and plunder those they regulate. They have a MAFIA business model. Tax 'em. Fine 'em. Assess 'em. This is all about Greed - When more is not enough.



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