In Sydney, the bank examiner salary for 2018 was £1.3 million.
Bank examiner jobs were not as plentiful as they were in London, with just three in the capital available for an individual.
In London, the average salary is £2.3m, with many jobs paying more.
This means that a banker with a £1 million salary is earning a salary of just over £600 a week.
In Sydney it is £3,100 a week, meaning a banker earning £1m in 2017 could expect to earn £2,100.
This is a huge increase in the average pay, from £400 to £1 in just six years.
The salary is based on the London base salary of £2m.
This makes a banker earn around £4.5m in London.
In 2018 the average bank examiner job salary in Sydney was £2 million.
This was up from £1million in 2017.
Bank examiners were also paid well for their work.
A bank examiner in Sydney would earn around $1,700 a week in 2018, compared to the average $2,400 pay in London in 2018.
The average bank examiners salary in 2018 was $2.6 million.
There are several factors that contribute to bank examiner salaries in Sydney, which include: London has a smaller population, and bank examinators work much more frequently.
The London base salaries of the bank examinator are around £2-3 million, compared with Sydney’s base salary which is around £1-2 million in London and around £600 in Sydney.
In 2017, banks in London made a profit of around $5.4 billion on their capital investments, which is the largest amount ever made in Australia.
The increase in bank examiner pay in 2018 is a direct result of the London market and the London stock market crash.
Banks were forced to cut back on capital spending, and were forced by regulators to reduce salaries for bank examining staff.
The capital markets crashed in 2017, forcing banks to cut staff, and pay higher salaries.
In the years leading up to the financial crisis, bankers were making an average salary of around £6,000.
But the crash reduced that to just £3k a year.
It is not known how the crash affected the London bank examiner’s salary.
In a similar scenario, a bank examiner might have received £4,000 more in the past six years if London was in recession.