Goldman Sachs slashes CEO David Solomon's pay by 29% to $25 million
NEW YORK, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS.N) slashed compensation for its Chief Executive Officer David Solomon by 29% to $25 million for 2022, the bank said in a filing Friday.
The compensation, which is Solomon's lowest since taking the helm in 2018, comprises a $2 million base salary, $6.9 million cash bonus and $16.1 million in restricted stock. He was paid $35 million for 2021.
Reporting by Lananh Nguyen
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