In the proxy filing, Goldman disclosed that chief executive Lloyd Blankfein earned a total of $21 million for 2013, split between a salary of $2 million, a $5.7 million cash bonus and $13.3 million in restricted stock awards.
Equity compensation as a percentage of variable compensation was 70% for Blankfein, COO Gary Cohn, CFO David Viniar, Vice Chairman J. Michael Evans and Vice Chairman John Weinberg, who earned between $17 million and $19 million in total compensation for 2012.
Goldman Sachs also rejected shareholder proposals related to the disclosure of lobbying fees, a proposal to form a human rights committee and a proposal to grant shareholders proxy access.
-- Written by Antoine Gara in New YorkFollow @AntoineGara
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