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2017 AFP Compensation Report

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Report results revealed that finance professionals realized a 3.5 percent gain in their base salaries during 2016, very similar to the 3.6 percent increase reported last year. In 2016, nearly three-fourths of organizations awarded bonuses to their employees. Higher education and professional certification continue to impact finance professionals’ salaries. Finance professionals with a FP&A certification are earning a higher salary than their peers who are not FP&A certified. Additionally, those with a MBA earn more than their colleagues with a bachelors degree or high school/associate degree. Majority of survey respondents believe strong analytical skills is a critical competency for finance professionals.

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AFP Compensation Dashboard:

The Compensation Dashboard provides a snapshot of salary information for 20 treasury/finance job titles, using data from the 2017 AFP Compensation Survey. Access the AFP Compensation Dashboard.

Mariam Lamech, Insights on the Survey Results:

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Press Release: 3.5% Raise in 2016 for Finance Pros, Education and Certification Boost Salaries 

Journalists should contact pr@afponline.org or call 301.907.2862 for more in-depth information, to read the full report or to arrange an interview with the AFP Research team.