NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Top Citigroup ( C - Get Report) executives received options to purchase 18.2 million shares as part of their 2010 compensation, according to regulatory filings, though CEO Vikram Pandit wasn't one of them.

Among the 15 officials who received grants were Chief Operating Officer John Havens and the head of consumer banking for the Americas, Manuel Medina-Mora, who each received 2 million options. Chief Financial Officer John Gerspach and the head of Citi Holdings, Michael Corbat, received 1.5 million options.

The options vest in three installments beginning Feb. 14, 2012 and can be exercised at $4.91 a share; they expire in February 2017.

Pandit declined to receive a bonus for 2010, though his salary increased from $1 per year in 2009 to $1.75 million in 2010. Citi also awarded separate stock grants for top executives in 2010, including Havens, Medina-Mora and Gerspach.

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