The CEOs of Federated Investors
], Franklin Resources
] and T. Rowe Price
] all took home more dough last year, even as regulatory threats to the money market mutual fund business and volatile financial markets loom, and even as other financial services CEOs' pay fell, reports
the Wall Street Journal
Based on the security filings, the combined compensation of the CEOs amounted to $22.4 million in 2011, up 28 percent from 2010.
T. Rowe Price chief Jamie Kennedy
's total pay climbed 11 percent, Franklin's Greg Johnson
's jumped 47 percent and Federated's Chris Donahue
's went up 28 percent.
On the flip side, the WSJ notes that pay for BlackRock
CEO Larry Fink
CEO Dick Weil
fell in 2011.
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