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Citigroup raises CEO Jane Fraser’s 2023 pay by 6% to $26 million

By Tatiana Bautzer

(Reuters) -Citigroup increased Chief Executive Officer Jane Fraser’s compensation by about 6% to $26 million for 2023, the lender said in a filing on Tuesday.

Her pay was comprised of a base salary of $1.5 million, cash bonus of $3.7 million and $20.8 million in deferred performance-linked stock, according to the filing.

Fraser’s compensation was determined by her execution of “the most consequential set of changes to its organizational and management model since the 2008 financial crisis” and the sale of international businesses, the bank’s board wrote.

While “recognizing that there is substantial additional work to be done,” the board cited Fraser’s work on fixing problems in risk management to address regulatory punishments that date back to 2020.

Among peers on Wall Street, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon’s compensation climbed 4.3%, while Morgan Stanley’s former CEO James Gorman got pay bump of 17% and Goldman Sachs CEO received an increase of 24%.

(Reporting by Pritam Biswas in Bengaluru and Tatiana Bautzer in New York; Editing by Shailesh Kuber and Lananh Nguyen)


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