Hale's base salary remained unchanged at $522,000. He and other executives did not receive a bonus or any equity awards last year, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Hale's other compensation of $20,825 included auto allowance, life insurance benefits, long-term care insurance and security.
Hale received $544,847 in 2009. First Mariner's auditors recently raised doubts about its ability to stay in business. The bank has been under federal regulatory orders to raise capital since 2009.