WASHINGTON - At the banking agencies, it just doesn't pay to be the boss.

Not only do the comptroller of the currency and the chairmen of the Federal Reserve Board and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. make less money than scores of their underlings - as detailed in an Oct. 12 American Banker report - but a close look at the salary data provided by the agencies reveals similar circumstances among other bosses and subordinates.

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