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Italy’s top execs are having a good crisis

Here’s a provisional ranking of the top paid private sector executives in 2012 in Italy, based on data published so far by some of Italy’s top companies, most of them banks, including one –  Monte dei Paschi – embroiled in a huge scandal

  1.  Luigi Francavilla, president, Luxottica Srl, €18 million
  2. John Perissinotto, ex-CEO, Generali, €11.5 million
  3. Sergio Marchionne, CEO, Fiat, €7.3 million
  4. Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, director / chairman, Ferrari, €5.5 million,
  5. Piergiorgio Peluso, ex-general manager, Fonsai, €5.01 million
  6. Sergio Balbinot, former CEO, Generali, €4.2 million
  7. Antonio Vigni, ex-general manager, Monte dei Paschi, € 4 million.
  8. Marco Morelli, Ex-CFO, Monte dei Paschi, €3.5 million
  9. Enrico Cucchiani, CEO, Intesa Sanpaolo, €3 million
  10. Franco Bernabe, president, Telecom, €2.9 million.
  11. Renato Pagliaro, President, Mediobanca, €2.5 million
  12. Alberto Nagel, CEO, Mediobanca €2.4 million.

Corriere della Sera

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