(Reuters) – Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:) Inc on Friday said its newest vice chairmen, Greg Abel and Ajit Jain, were each awarded about $18 million (13.56 million pounds) last year, in the first detailed look at the pay of the men considered the leading candidates to succeed Warren Buffett as the conglomerate’s chief executive.
Abel, 56, and Jain, 67, who became vice chairmen in January 2018, both received $16 million in salary plus $2 million in bonus, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The bonus was awarded at Buffett’s discretion, according to the filing.
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