Slideshow What Are FINRA's Top Executives Earning?

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  • July 03 2012, 11:04am EDT
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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

2012 Salary: $1,000,000

2012 Total Compensation: $2,250,000

2011 Total Compensation: $2,650,834

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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

2012 Salary: $500,000

2012 Total Compensation: $1,180,000

2011 Total Compensation: $1,224,658

Linda Fienberg, President of Dispute Resolution

2012 Salary: $459,700

2012 Total Compensation: $859,700

2011 Total Compensation: $969,689

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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

2012 Salary: $432,000

2012 Total Compensation: $732,000

2011 Total Compensation: $830,014

Martin Colburn, EVP and Chief Technology Officer

2012 Salary: $400,050

2012 Total Compensation: $800,050

2011 Total Compensation: $972,698

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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

2012 Salary: $375,000

2012 Total Compensation: $850,000

2011 Total Compensation: $1,020,610

Steven Joachim, EVP of Transparency Services

2012 Salary: $370,000

2012 Total Compensation: $780,000

2011 Total Compensation: $1,098,185