Sub-Prime CEO Compensation

I came across some data listing the 2007 compensation for the CEOs for some of the companies involved in the sub-prime mortgage lending debacle (in one way, shape or form). It’ll be interesting to see what the CEOs make in 2008.

Bear Stearns: $11 million

Morgan Stanley: $18 Million

Lehman Brothers: $72 million

Goldman Sachs: $74 million

Countrywide Financial: $66.4 million (6 year average), and after Bank of America bought Countrywide the CEO is estimeated to make $100 million on the deal

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