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Executive compensation at U.S. companies has become dramatically disproportionate relative to the average workers at those companies over the past 25 years. Now, the current global financial crisis is putting a harsh spotlight on executive compensation at financial institutions in particular. This report looks at the basic nature of executive compensation packages and the issues or concerns that have been raised about them. That information provides a context for looking specifically at financial institutions: what makes their executive compensation programs different and how the current financial crisis is going to affect those programs.