B5 Band total comp (and any other Band) will depend on your location and division – things will be different in groups that are client facing vs back office, etc. Also, large coastal metros will compensate more, primarily New York City and San Francisco. Typically South and South East will pay less, etc.
Also, things change every year so BAC Bands will adjust. Now, if I was to generalize and if I was to exclude crazy expensive metros, we can probably talk about averages as listed below.
B3 to B1 should be $250K or more
B4 will be in a $120K to $250K pay range
B5 should be in a $60K to $130K pay range
B6 should be in a $38K to $60K pay range
B7 should be in a $29K to $43K pay range
B8 will be in a minimum wage to $33K pay range…
B3+ is hard to figure out as they protect this info very much – and also there are very large swings there – for example Analysts on the Investment Banking side make millions. C-Level folks tens of millions, etc…
Now going back to your B5 pay range question – as you can see $60K to $130K is a pretty wide range. The B5 cohort is arguably the core of the company, think in terms of work output that this group produces – they probably carry the most weight if compared to all other groups. Within the group there is ton of variety in experiences and the B5 Band is heavy layered – hence such a big variation in the compensation level of B5 Band.
I hope this helps.