Large bonuses and generous share deals have propelled CEO earnings at the Netherlands’ companies back to pre-crisis levels, according to research by the NRC and shareholders lobby group VEB.
The CEOs at the 25 firms listed on the Amsterdam stock exchange’s blue chip index earned a combined €78m, or an average of €3.1m each.
A quarter of this is salary and the rest performance-related, the research showed.
Shell CEO Peter Voser heads the list with gross earnings of €12m last year.
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