What Are FINRA's Top Executives Earning?

What Are FINRA's Top Executives Earning? What Are FINRA's Top Executives Earning?

Check out what FINRA's top 10 leaders and executives are making, according to the organization's annual report.

Richard Ketchum, CEO and Chairman Richard Ketchum, CEO and Chairman

2012 Salary: $1,000,000
2012 Total Compensation: $2,250,000
2011 Total Compensation: $2,650,834

Stephen Luparello, Vice Chairman Stephen Luparello, Vice Chairman

2012 Salary: $600,000
2012 Total Compensation: $1,290,000
2011 Total Compensation: $1,384,129

Todd Diganci, Executive VP and CFO Todd Diganci, Executive VP and CFO

2012 Salary: $500,000
2012 Total Compensation: $1,180,000
2011 Total Compensation: $1,224,658

Linda Fienberg, President of Dispute Resolution Linda Fienberg, President of Dispute Resolution

2012 Salary: $459,700
2012 Total Compensation: $859,700
2011 Total Compensation: $969,689

J. Bradley Bennett, EVP of Enforcement J. Bradley Bennett, EVP of Enforcement

2012 Salary: $435,000
2012 Total Compensation: $870,000
2011 Total Compensation: $594,384.

Howard Schloss, EVP of Corporate Communications Howard Schloss, EVP of Corporate Communications

2012 Salary: $432,000
2012 Total Compensation: $732,000
2011 Total Compensation: $830,014

Martin Colburn, EVP and Chief Technology Officer Martin Colburn, EVP and Chief Technology Officer

2012 Salary: $400,050
2012 Total Compensation: $800,050
2011 Total Compensation: $972,698

Thomas Gira, EVP of Market Regulation Thomas Gira, EVP of Market Regulation

2012 Salary: $400,000
2012 Total Compensation: $855,000
2011 Total Compensation: $921,927

Grace Vogel, EVP of Member Regulation Grace Vogel, EVP of Member Regulation

2012 Salary: $375,000
2012 Total Compensation: $850,000
2011 Total Compensation: $1,020,610

Steven Joachim, EVP of Transparency Services Steven Joachim, EVP of Transparency Services

2012 Salary: $370,000
2012 Total Compensation: $780,000
2011 Total Compensation: $1,098,185