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. 

Press Inquiries:

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.