Disney ( DIS) CEO Bob Iger finished his first year at the company's helm with a $2 million salary and a $15 million bonus.

For the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, Iger also received a $4.3 million payment under the company's long-term incentive plan and a $660,935 benefit for car and air travel, and security.

Disney disclosed the information in a proxy filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission late Friday.

Formerly president and COO at the media giant, Iger took the top job at Disney in October 2005.

Disney's compensation committee determined that the company exceeded its financial performance goals during the year. That factored into Iger's bonus, according to the proxy, but the committee also considered his individual performance and credited him with several accomplishments, including the successful acquisition and integration of Pixar and Disney shares' besting of the S&P 500.

Disney shares gained 22 cents Friday to finish at $35.21.

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