Pensions & Investments pored over
the proxy statements of 10 publicly traded money management companies and found that
top executives saw an average of a 33 percent rise in total compensation last year.
Not surprisingly, BlackRock's Larry Fink
, who runs the largest asset management firm in the world, had the highest compensation, with $23.8 million.
Coming in second was Janus CEO Dick Weil
, with $20 million. In third place was Affiliated Managers Group CEO Sean Healey
, with $19.9 million.
Armie Margaret Lee
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