EBA has published data on the remuneration of EU bank staff who received at least €1 million in total in 2010 and 2011. The figures were at member state level but include staff remuneration paid by subsidiaries or branches of an EU-parent institution based in another member state. The UK topped the highest figures for 2011 with 2,436 high earners. Germany, France and Spain, which followed the UK, each had fewer than 200 high earners. At the end of the year EBA will publish a more detailed report on an analysis of remuneration practices in the EU based on a remuneration benchmarking exercise. (Source: EBA Reports on High Earners in EU Banks)