Bruce W. Van Saun

Bank of New York Mellon

Former Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer

Overview

Bruce W. Van Saun made an average of $16.6M in compensation at Bank of New York Mellon between 2007 and 2008.

Annual data

2008

In 2008, Bruce W. Van Saun earned a total compensation of $24.3M as Former Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer at Bank of New York Mellon.

Ranking47 out of 8,016
Percentile99.4%

Bruce W. Van Saun's 2008 compensation ranked 47th out of 8,016 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Van Saun earned more than 99.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupCommercial Banks
Ranking4 out of 735
Percentile99.5%

In the industry group of Commercial Banks, Van Saun's pay ranked 4th out of 735 executive pay records tracked by us in 2008.

Van Saun earned more than 99.5% of executives in this group.

Option Awards$2,332,746
Salary$340,000
Stock Awards$4,132,124
Other$17,529,398
Total$24,334,268

Van Saun received $17.5M in other compensation, which accounts for 72.04% of total compensation.

Van Saun also received $2.3M in option awards, $340K in salary and $4.1M in stock awards.

2007

In 2007, Bruce W. Van Saun earned a total compensation of $8.9M as Former Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer at Bank of New York Mellon.

Ranking328 out of 7,304
Percentile95.5%

Bruce W. Van Saun's 2007 compensation ranked 328th out of 7,304 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Van Saun earned more than 95.5% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupCommercial Banks
Ranking27 out of 695
Percentile96.1%

In the industry group of Commercial Banks, Van Saun's pay ranked 27th out of 695 executive pay records tracked by us in 2007.

Van Saun earned more than 96.1% of executives in this group.

Bonus$1,314,000
Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$186,339
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$2,436,000
Option Awards$1,303,777
Salary$650,000
Stock Awards$2,840,606
Other$184,978
Total$8,915,700

Van Saun received $2.8M in stock awards, which accounts for 31.86% of total compensation.

Van Saun also received $1.3M in bonus, $186.3K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $2.4M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.3M in option awards, $650K in salary and $185K in other compensation.