Jamie Dimon had a pretty decent year: The JPMorgan CEO, who steered his bank through Wall Street's meltdown and saw it emerge as arguably the healthiest US bank, took home $20.8 million last year. That's up roughly 1500% over his $1.3 million compensation package the year before, notes Reuters.
The breakdown: $1 million salary, $5 million bonus, almost $8 million in stock awards, $6.2 million in option awards, and about $600,000 in perks. Click through the gallery to see what other bank CEOs pulled down in 2010, or click to see what some nuns are doing about Lloyd Blankfein's huge salary increase. (Read more Jamie Dimon stories.)