- In his first full year as CEO of Citigroup (C) Michael Corbat earned an estimated $14.1M, 23% more than he received in 2012. Of that amount, $1.5M was base salary and $3.78M was deferred stock.
- Corbat's pay is roughly inline with the $14M received by BofA chief Brian Moynihan, but less than the $20M of JPM's Jamie Dimon.
- Citigroup, of course - under a good deal of pressure from shareholders - overhauled its executive pay structure in 2013.
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