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“The President earns $400,000 per year, along with a $50,000 monthly expense account, a $100,000 non-taxable travel account and $19,000 for entertainment. The most recent raise in salary was approved by Congress and President Bill Clinton in 1999 and went into effect in 2001.” Travel Expenses: Additionally, President Barack Obama has been criticized for taking advantage of his "presidential" travel budget. The expenses to date amount to the LINK: whopping and extravagant tune of $79,630,433.93 million, (Approaching $100 Million by Obama's Presidential End.) far beyond that of any other president. Check back for more Updates.
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100 ----- Mike Froman, Citibank
Based in Part Upon WikiLeaks Email Oct. 16, 2008 - VIEW Ed.: Obama "picked" key high-level positions for his administration, based directly on the "suggestion" list provided by CiTi-bank advisor and Wall Street shill Mike Froman. Key senior staff from the Froman list, provided before the election, were in fact installed by Obama as part of his Obama ’08 election Administration.
The reason this is highly disturbing is because it shows that the American Election Process was in fact usurped. An Elected Official (in this case President Obama) had essentially and secretly (without public knowledge) and for purposes of corporate banking and personal economic favor, been removed and replaced by a top banking executive, Citi-Bank’s Mike Froman who then directly profited from the scheme. They basically raided the U.S. Treasury.
Froman's selection of High Level Executive Administrators under the White House umbrella was then aggressively promoted by Barack, resulting in his infamous and controversial Bank-Bail Out, T.A.R.P. This meant Private banking officials were secretly and directly affecting Public Policy, in a BIG way. The terms of the ensuing and controversial Bank Bailout funneled millions and millions of dollars into failed banks.
This is disturbing because Barack's Bank Bail-Out was the biggest in U.S. taxpayer history. Essentially, Citi-Bank was acting President for purposes of the bail-out policy. They bailed out themselves and their bad banker friends - basically ghosting Barack’s signature on the bill. It can't be over-emphasized, Citi-Bank and many other banks directly profited from Obama’s “Bank Bail Out,” provided bucketloads of Free Money, Taxpayer Funds directly to the banks, most of whom were never made to pay it back to the American people.
The Final “Whose-Who, Who-Made-the-Cut List” ended up nearly identical to Froman’s List; Eric Holder - Justice Department, Janet Napolitano - Homeland Security, Robert Gates - Defense, Rahm Emanuel - chief of staff, Peter Orszag - Office of Management and Budget, Arne Duncan - Education, Eric Shinseki - Veterans Affairs, Kathleen Sebelius - Health and Human Services, Melody Barnes - Domestic Policy Council, and more. Infamous P.R. Shill and HRC Cohort John Podesta and Hillary Clinton have also been linked to this venture, but we'll get to that in the next car crash. - VIEW, Ed.
Please See Below;
Date: 2008-10-16 20:38
Following up on your conversations with John over the weekend, attached are two documents:
— A list of African American, Latino and Asian American candidates, divided between Cabinet/Deputy and Under/Assistant/Deputy Assistant Secretary levels, as well as lists of senior Native Americans, Arab/Muslim Americans and Disabled Americans. We have longer lists, but these are candidates whose names have been recommended by a number of sources for senior level jobs in a potential administration.
— A list of women, similarly divided between candidates for Cabinet/Deputy and other senior level positions.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
— Mike Froman
NOTE: Froman was a Citigroup Managing director until 2009. He is now championing the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and U.S. trade rep. Additionally, Froman held official positions in and "inside connected capacity"; posts such as Assistant to the President of the United States and Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs, a position held jointly at the National Security Council and the National Economic Council.
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----- NBC Universal (Includes; one of two successor companies to MCA Inc. (Music Corporation of America) and Vivendi through its subsidiary Universal Music Group, NBC Network News, MSNBC News, Universal Studios, The Weather Channel, Universal Parks & Resorts, (NBC is Owned by General Electric (GE) and Vivendi Universal Entertainment), GE and US cable TV operator Comcast announced a buyout agreement for NBC Universal Dec. 3, 2009, FCC Approved the buyout Jan. 28, 2011. Comcast owned 51% of NBC Universal while GE owned 49%. Comcast intended to buy out the rest of GE's stake over the following seven years, but nothing happened until Feb. 12, 2013, when Comcast announced its intention to complete the purchase all at once and assume 100% ownership of the company by the end of March. The deal was finalized on Mar. 19, 2013. NBC Programming/Talking Heads Include; MSNBC (CEO John Nicol, President Phil Griffin, Founder Tom Rogers, Personality/Political Comedian Actress Anchorette Rachel Maddow, Anchor Alex Witt, Anchor Tamron Hall, Personality "Big Joe" Scarborough, Personality Contess Brewer, Personality Mika Brzezinski, Anchor J.J. Ramberg, Anchor Milissa Rehberger, Anchor Susan Filan, Anchor Kristen Dahlgren), NBC (Anchor Chris Jansing, Anchor Natalie Morales, Anchor Lilia Luciano, Celeb. Columnist/Hack & Digital Ed. Courtney Hazlett, Anchor Clare Duffy, Anchor Carolyn Mannor, Anchor Betty Nguyen, Anchor Tanya Benenson, Anchor Andrea Canning, Anchor Lisa Myers, Anchor Savannah Guthrie, Anchor Hoda Kotb, Anchor Kelly O'Donnell, Anchor Janet Shamlian, Anchor Kate Snow, Anchor Tazeen Ahmad, Anchor Dara Brown, Anchor Stephanie Gosk, Anchor Leanne Gregg, Anchor Ann Curry, Anchor Anne Thompson, Anchor Jean Chatzky, Anchor Danielle Leigh, Sports Anchor Andrea Kremer, Anchor Janice Lieberman (Today Consumer Correspondent), Anchor Sarah Dallof, Anchor Atia Abawi, Anchor Tracie Potts, Anchor Meredith Vieira, Anchor Veronica De La Cruz), Tonight Show/Jimmy Fallon, Today Show (Personality Matt Lauer, Personality Jenna Wolf, Today Consumer Correspondent Janice Lieberman), Bob Costas, Clinton Foundation Donor
----- News Corporation, Clinton Foundation Donor
----- Thomson Reuters, Clinton Foundation Donor
----- George Soros, Hedgefund Manager/Billionaire, Clinton Foundation Donor, (Total; At Least $8 Million) STORY: Soros Busted for Election Manipulation; STORY LINK
----- Judy Woodruff, co-anchor and Managing Ed., PBS NewsHour, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $250 to "Clinton Haiti Relief Fund" in 2010)
----- Blackstone Group, The Weather Channel (owned with NBC Universal & Bain Capital), Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $250,000 - $500,000)
----- Bain Capital, The Weather Channel (owned with Blackstone Group & NBC Universal), Clinton Foundation Donor; VIDEO: The Clinton Foundation Is ‘The Bain Capital Of This Cycle’
----- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Publisher, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $250,000 - $500,000)
----- Richard Mellon Scaife, Owner of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $250,000 - $500,000)
----- Bloomberg Philanthropies, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $50,000 - $100,000)
----- Howard Stringer, Former CBS, CBS News and Sony Executive, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $100,000 - $250,000)
----- Mort Zuckerman, Owner of New York Daily News and U.S. News & World Report, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $50,000 - $100,000)
----- Abigail Disney, Documentary filmmaker, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $100,000 - $250,000)
----- American Online (AOL), Internet Social Media, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $25,000 - $50,000)
----- HBO, Entertainment, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $25,000 - $50,000)
----- Intermountain West Communications Company, Local television affiliate owner (formerly Sunbelt Communications), Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $100,000 - $250,000)
----- Bloomberg L.P., Clinton Foundation Donor
----- Discovery Communications Inc., Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $50,000 - $100,000)
----- Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Presenters of the Golden Globe Awards, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $25,000 - $50,000)
----- Viacom, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $25,000 - $50,000)
----- Knight Foundation, Non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting journalism, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $10,000 - $25,000)
----- Public Radio International, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $10,000 - $25,000)
----- Twitter, Social Media, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $10,000 - $25,000)
----- Public Broadcasting Service, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $10,000 - $25,000)
----- Robert Allbritton, Owner of Politico Media, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $5,000 - $10,000)
----- AOL Huffington Post Media Group, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $250 - $1,000)
----- Hearst Corporation, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $250 - $1,000)
----- The Washington Post Company, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $250 - $1,000)
----- Citigroup Inc., Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $824,402 ($816,402 Indiv. + $8,000 PACs)
----- Goldman Sachs, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $760,740 ($750,740 Indiv. + $10,000 PACs)
----- DLA Piper, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $700,530 ($673,530 Indiv. + $27,000 PACs)
----- JPMorgan Chase & Co., Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $696,456 ($693,456 Indiv. + $3,000 PACs)
----- Morgan Stanley, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $636,564 ($631,564 Indiv. + $5,000 PACs)
----- EMILY'S List, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $609,684 ($605,764 Indiv. + $3,920 PACs)
----- Skadden, Arps et al, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $469,290 ($464,790 Indiv. + $4,500 PACs)
----- University of California, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $417,327 ($417,327 Indiv. + $0 PACs)
----- Sullivan & Cromwell, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $369,150 ($369,150 Indiv. + $0 PACs)
----- Akin, Gump et al, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $364,478 ($360,978 Indiv. + $3,500 PACs)
----- Lehman Brothers, Clinton Foundation Donor; (Total; $362,853 ($359,853 Indiv. + $3,000 PACs)
----- Brian T Moynihan, CEO Bank of America
• Annual: USD $13,800,000.00: The Bank of America Foundation donated between $500,000 to $1 million to the Clinton Foundation, and the Bank of America Corporation contributed between $100,000 to $250,000. But Bank of America also paid more than $1 million to both Bill and Hillary for four speeches.
USA Today Sept. 2016: $13.8 million
WSJ Feb. 2015: $13 million
Forbes Feb. 2013: Moynihan was awarded some $12.1 million in 2012 including a $950K salary and B of A shares.
WSJ May 2012: Annual salary $0.95 million, total compensation including stock grants $ 7 million
----- Bill Gates, Co-founder/Technology Adviser of Microsoft Corporation
• Annual: USD $11,500,000,000.00 (A Lot of $$$!): Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $25 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Jeffrey Bewkes, CEO, Time Warner (owns HBO, CNN)
• Annual Salary: USD $29.7 million
"Unless I hear otherwise, we’ll send to our friends and allies list at noon and Jesse will get it leaked to Dan Merica at CNN."
It seems as if half of these emails are related to media collusion and mainstream media and publishing organizations being in bed with Hillary.
- The content shows they are writing the entire media narrative for the stories, including sound bites to include. If anyone had any belief that CNN had any integrity remaining, this should help sway that thought.
- They even have the DNC giving them questions for a Ted Cruz interview as well.
WikiLeaks on The Ojai and Ventura VIEW: MORE INFORMATION: DNC Gives Debate Questions to Wolf Blitzer
WikiLeaks on The Ojai and Ventura VIEW: MORE INFORMATION: CNN October Meltdown
CNBC's John Harwood: "what should I ask Jeb in interview?"
- “what should I ask Jeb in Speakeasy interview tomorrow?"
- "Journalist" John Harwood is officially employed by CNBC but in actuality, he was working for the Clinton campaign (or so it appears). Here Harwood is seen asking for orders from his master, John Podesta.
- He is literally asking the Hillary campaign chairman, what he should ask of the rival campaign. Jeb! was too tough for this "journalist" to take on without exact orders from Podesta. Sigh.
MORE: WikiLeaks on The Ojai and Ventura VIEW: INFORMATION: CNBC Harwood: Working for CNBC & Clinton Campaign
----- Carlos Slim, CEO Telmex, Telcel, America Movil, New York Times Majority Stockholder
• Annual Salary: USD $288,000.00: Between $1,000,001 and $5,000,000. Taimax has contributed an additional grant Between $1,000,001 and $5,000,000. Slim also pledged $100 million to the Clinton Giustra Sustainable Grouth Initiative (a collaboration between the Clinton Foundation and Canadian mining tycoon Frank Giustra). Hillary Clinton was paid between $250,000 and $500,000 for a speech she gave to Slim's Telmex Foundation --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation. LINK: MORE INFO ON SLIM
----- Eric Schmidt, Chairman Google
• Annual Salary: USD $7,630,000.00: Google employees donated about $800,000 to each of Obama's Campaigns (Source). Greater Than $25,000,000 Donated to The Clinton Foundation It has been no secret Google has aligned with the Clinton Campaign, supressing negative searches while strengthening searches flattering to the Clinton Campaign. LINK: Interesting Washington Post Link re Clinton Foundation • LINK: How Google Manipulates Search Results in Favor of Hillary Clinton • LINK: Google Is Not What it Seems, by Julian Assange
GOOGLE: “Cheryl, I have put together my thoughts on the campaign ideas and I have scheduled some meetings in the next few weeks for veterans of the campaign to tell me how to make these ideas better. This is simply a draft but do let me know if this is a helpful process for you all. Thanks !! Eric [Schmidt, CEO, Google]"
WikiLeaks on The Ojai and Ventura VIEW: MORE INFORMATION: CNN October Meltdown
----- Rupert Murdoch, CEO, Fox
• Annual: USD $26.1 million: Donated between $1,000,001 and $5,000,000 --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- News Corp. Foundation (headed by Rupert Murdoch)
• Donated between $500,001 and $1,000,000 --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Virgin Group/Richard Branson
• Annual: USD $6.45 million: Donated between $100,001 and $250,000 --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Donald J. Trump
• Donated between $100,001 and $5,000,000 --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Les Moonves, CEO, CBS
• Annual: USD $62.2 million: Has not made Donations since the 1990s to Democratic Candidates
----- Philippe Dauman, CEO, Viacom
• Annual: USD $42.4 million
----- Randal Stephenson, CEO, AT$T
• Annual: USD $20.6 million
----- Bob Iger, CEO, Disney (ABC News is a Disney subsidiary)
• Annual: USD $34.3 million: Iger has also donated massive sums to political candidates and committees, almost all of them on the Democratic side. Iger has given more than $407,000 to Democrats since 1999, and contributed $5,200 to Hillary Clinton’s Senate campaigns.nations
https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/18636MORE: WikiLeaks on The Ojai and Ventura VIEW: INFORMATION: Disney, ABC Head is Colluding with Hillary's Campaign
"Also, I saw Bob Iger on Saturday who said he's had a couple of good talks with you."
WikiLeaks on The Ojai and Ventura VIEW: MORE INFORMATION: CNN October Meltdown
----- George Stephanopoulos, ABC News Chief Anchor & Chief Political Correspondent ~ Personality, Former Clinton Operative
• Annual: USD $8 million: Donated $75,000 --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation. Failed to Disclose this Donation during his coverage of many controversies surrounding the foundation, run by his former boss, Wild Bill Clinton. VIDEO - George Apologizes for his Fake News Transgressions.....
----- Newsmax Media, Inc.
• Donated between $1,000,001 and $5,000,000 --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Ian Read, CEO, Pfizer
• Annual: USD $25.63 million (includes bonuses, car, aircraft, pension, stocks, etc.): $23.3 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Ralph Lauren, CEO, Ralph Lauren Corp.
• Annual: USD $66.65 million (includes bonuses, stocks, etc.): $24.5 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Brian Roberts, CEO, Comcast
• Annual: USD $40.8 million: $5,000 to $10,000 (via Comcast) --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- David Zaslav, CEO, Discover Communications
• Annual: USD $156 million
----- Alan Mulally, CEO, Ford
• Annual: USD $23.2 million + $300 Million Exit Plan, (includes bonuses, stocks, etc.): $22 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Wesley Bush, CEO, Northrop Grumman
• Annual: USD $22 million (includes bonuses, stocks, etc.): $21.8 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Indra Nooyi CEO, Pepsi Co.
• Annual: USD $17 million (includes bonuses, stocks, etc.): $22.5 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Janet Yellen, 15th Chairman of the Federal Reserve
• Annual: USD $199,700.00
----- Robert Steven Kaplan, Chair, Federal Reserve Bank, former Exec. Dir. Goldman Sachs, Sits on the Federal Open Market Committee
• Annual: USD $199,700.00: Donated $80,00 to 'Hillary for America', "Chelsea Clinton Foundation", Democratic candidates/campaigns, DNC, Republican Candidates --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
----- Lloyd Blankfein, CEO and Chairman Goldman Sachs
• Annual: USD $23,000,000.00: $22.2 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
TheWire March 2014: $23 M
Huffingtonpost Jan. 2013: Lloyd Blankfein made $21 million last year, including a $2 million salary and a $19 million bonus, CNN/Money reports.
WSJ May 2012: Annual Salary $2M, incentive $10M, total compensation including stock grants: $19 million.
NYTimes Jan. 28, 2011: The company's board granted restricted stock valued at $12.6 million to Mr. Blankfein and other senior executives. The board also approved a new annual base salary of $2 million for its chief executive, up from $600,000.
With his previous salary of $600,000, Mr. Blankfein’s 2010 compensation comes to $13.2 million.
----- Jamie Dimon, CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co
• Annual: USD $18,200,000.00
USAToday Sept. 2016: $18.2 million
New York Times Jan. 2014: $20 million compensation, includes 18.5 million JPMorgan stock, and base salary of 1.5 million.
Forbes March 2013: Compensation $42 million, net income $18.6 billion
Forbes Feb 2013: 2012 compensation $11.5 million including a $1.5 million salary and $10 million restricted stock.
WSJ May 2012: Annual Salary $1.42 million, Annual incentive $4.5 million, total compensation including stock options $22.92 million
Forbes October 2011: Net Income: $18.6 billion, Compensation $42 million
----- George Soros, Hedge Fund Manager
• Annual: USD $4,000,000,000.00
Forbes March 2015: Net worth $24.2 billion: $25+ million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation, & Various Democratic Candidates
Forbes Feb. 2014: Earnings $4billion Salary of 2009 is published according the NYT, net worth of 2013 according Bloomberg.
NetWorth: $24.2 billion.
----- John Stumpf, Retired Chairman for Wells Fargo & Company
• Annual: USD $19,300,000.00: $21.4 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
Reuters October 16, 2016: Embroiled in a scandal over unauthorized customer accounts, Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf retired effective immediately.
USAToday Sept. 2016: $19.3 million
TheWire March 2014: $19.3 million
Bizjournals March 2013: Stumpf took home $22.9 million last year, with a base pay of $2.8 million and a bonus that included stock awards totaling another $13.5 million. He also received a $3 million cash bonus, according to a regulatory filing Thursday, the Journal reported. In 2011, Stumpf's pay totaled $19.8 million.
WSJ May 2012: annual salary $2.8M, incentive $3.1M, total compensation including stock grants: $17.9M
USATOday March 2012: 2011 total compensation: $17,914,726
Wikipedia: In 2010, Stumpf's total compensation was $17,568,387, with a base salary of $3,239,847, $3,300,000 in cash bonuses, $11,000,009 in stock granted, and $28,531 in other compensation.
----- Christine Lagarde, Managing Director IMF
• Annual: USD $551,700.00
Independent May 2012: Annual salary $467940 plus allowance of $83760 = a total of $551700 - the IMF chief does not have to pay any tax on this income
YahooFinance July 2011: "The former finance minister of France's pay package includes an after-tax salary of $467,940 a year and an annual allowance of $83,760 for living expenses, the IMF disclosed."
----- Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank
• Annual: USD $415,685.00
ECB Annual Accounts 2010: Members of the Executive Board receive a basic salary and additional allowances for residence and representation. In the case of the President, an official residence owned by the ECB is provided in lieu of a residence allowance. Subject to the Conditions of Employment for Staff of the European Central Bank, members of the Executive Board are entitled to household, child and education allowances, depending on their individual circumstances. Basic salaries are subject to a tax for the benefit of the European Union as well as to deductions in respect of contributions to the pension, medical and accident insurance schemes. Allowances are non-taxable and non-pensionable.
----- Brady Dougan, CEO Credit Suisse
• Annual: USD $9,700,000.00
WSJ March 2015: Zurich-based Credit Suisse said on Friday that Mr. Dougan, who has led the bank since 2007 and is due to step aside at the end of June, received 9.7 million Swiss francs ($9.8 million) in total compensation for 2014, compared with 9.79 million francs in the prior year.
CNBC March 2011: Dougan's fixed pay doubled to 2.5 million Swiss francs ($2.8 million) and was topped by a 10.2-million-franc bonus, making him one of the world's highest-paid bankers for the second year.
----- Oswald Grübel, Retired CEO UBS
• Annual: USD $3,200,000.00
FT March 2011: The CEO of UBS has waived his bonus for a second consecutive year, becoming the first big bank boss to do so amid still simmering discontent over bankers' pay. He will still receive his fixed annual salary of SFr3m ($3.2m).
----- James Gorman, CEO Morgan Stanley
• Annual: USD $6,000,000.00
WSJ Jan. 2013: $6 million in salary, cash and stock options
WSJ May 2012: annual salary $0.8M, total compensation including stock grants $10.5M
----- Norman Chan, Banker, CEO Hong Kong Monetary Authority
• Annual: USD $964,000.00
Bloomberg June 2011: Hong Kong Monetary Authority Chief Executive Norman Chan got paid HK$7.5 million ($964,000) plus HK$868,000 in benefits.
----- Masaaki Shirakawa
Banker, Governor of the Bank of Japan and Director/Vice Chairman of the Bank of International Settlements
• Annual: USD $427,900.00
Bloomberg June 30, 2011: "Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa earned about $427,900 last year."
----- Gerrit Zalm, Chairman ABN Amro
• Annual: USD $858,094.00
Volkskrant 2010: Gerrit Zalm receives an annual salary of 750 thousand euros. On top of that, the former Dutch minister receives a bonus of 100 thousand euros for each billion profit that the Dutch state will make after selling the combination Fortis-ABN AMRO. The maximum bonus is half the annual salary of Gerrit Zalm.
----- Kenneth Chenault, CEO American Express
• Annual: USD $28,000,000.00: $22.8 million --> Donated to The Clinton Foundation
IBtimes April 2013: $28 million
WSJ May 2012: Annual salary $2 million, annual incentive $8.63, total compensation including stock grants: $24 million
USAToday March 2012: Salary $2Mil, total compensation: $5,895,771
Forbes 2011: total compensation $17.44 million, including $1.94 million salary.
----- Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, Chairman of the G20’s Financial Stability Board, Previously Governor of the Bank of Canada, Began Career at Goldman Sachs, and the Canadian Department of Finance.
• Annual: USD $1,300,000.00
CNN July 2013: Carney's total package is worth about $1.3 million, including pay, allowances and housing costs.
----- António Horta Osório, CEO Lloyds Banking Group
• Annual: USD $12,314,103.00
Guardian April 2016: Lloyds Banking Group has handed its chief executive an £8.5m pay deal - despite reporting a 7% fall in profits. Horta-Osório’s £8.5m included an £800,000 bonus in shares, which he will only receive if the government sells off the rest of its stake or the shares remain above the taxpayer break-even price for 126 consecutive days. The Portuguese banker, is also being handed a 6% rise in salary, taking it to £1.12m, while staff are getting 2%. He said the rise – part of which he was taking in shares – should be seen in the context of a 13% rise in salaries since he had taken charge. He was also handed shares worth £3.6m in a long-term incentive plan, which could pay out in three years' time.