Survey Research & Economic Data
2023 AFP Compensation Report
The 2023 AFP Compensation Survey reports that treasury and finance professionals realized a 5% increase in their 2022 base salaries, the largest increase seen in the past 10 years. A total of 1,408 financial professionals responded to the survey, providing salary information for nearly 5000 incumbents.
Key highlights from the survey include:
- In 2022, 70% of organizations awarded bonuses to their employees.
- Eighty-one percent of respondents cite increased job responsibility as the primary criterion for job mobility.
- Nearly 60% of treasury and finance practitioners report that there is a shortage of talent within the treasury and finance functions of their organizations.
- A majority of organizations (59%) have instituted a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) policy. Additionally, 9% are actively working on creating such a policy for their workplace.
AFP Compensation Dashboard:
The Compensation Dashboard provides a snapshot of salary information for 19 treasury/finance job titles, using data from the 2023 AFP Compensation Survey.
Access the AFP Compensation Dashboard.
If you are interested in referencing data from this report in marketing materials, etc. please contact Mariam Lamech, Director Survey Research at [email protected].
Journalists should contact [email protected] or call 301.907.2862 for more in-depth information, to read the comprehensive report or to arrange an interview with the AFP Research team.
Contact Mariam Lamech, AFP's Director of Survey Research.