Goldman Paid Lloyd Blankfein $14.6 Million In 2010

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Goldman paid Lloyd Blankfein~$14.6 million last year, according to a regulatory filing.

That’s almost $6 million more than the firm paid him last year.

It breaks down like this.

His annual salary: $2 million. The rest is in stock.

David Viniar, the CFO, David Evans, EVP, John Weinberg, the Vice Chair, and David Cohn, the COO, got the same number of Goldman Shares as Blankfein. They’re worth $12.6 million today (but that’s largely irrelevant because they can’t cash them in for years).

From DealJournal:

Lloyd Blankfein, will receive a $2 million annual salary — up from $600,000 in 2009. And the investment bank also disclosed in a regulatory filing that Blankfein was granted restricted units on 78,111 Goldman shares. The stock is valued at $12.6 million as of Goldman’s closing stock price today.

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