Eric F. Grossman

Morgan Stanley

Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer

Overview

Eric F. Grossman made an average of $11.4M in compensation at Morgan Stanley between 2017 and 2018.

Annual data

2018

In 2018, Eric F. Grossman earned a total compensation of $12.7M as Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at Morgan Stanley.

Ranking302 out of 8,445
Percentile96.4%

Eric F. Grossman's 2018 compensation ranked 302nd out of 8,445 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Grossman earned more than 96.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupSecurity Brokers, Dealers, And Flotation
Ranking14 out of 46
Percentile69.6%

In the industry group of Security Brokers, Dealers, And Flotation, Grossman's pay ranked 14th out of 46 executive pay records tracked by us in 2018.

Grossman earned more than 69.6% of executives in this group.

Bonus$7,045,000
Salary$1,000,000
Stock Awards$4,604,015
Other$47,416
Total$12,696,431

Grossman received $7M in bonus, which accounts for 55.49% of total compensation.

Grossman also received $1M in salary, $4.6M in stock awards and $47.4K in other compensation.

2017

In 2017, Eric F. Grossman earned a total compensation of $10.1M as Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at Morgan Stanley.

Ranking580 out of 13,179
Percentile95.6%

Eric F. Grossman's 2017 compensation ranked 580th out of 13,179 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Grossman earned more than 95.6% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupSecurity Brokers, Dealers, And Flotation
Ranking17 out of 86
Percentile80.2%

In the industry group of Security Brokers, Dealers, And Flotation, Grossman's pay ranked 17th out of 86 executive pay records tracked by us in 2017.

Grossman earned more than 80.2% of executives in this group.

Bonus$5,948,750
Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$12,786
Salary$1,000,000
Stock Awards$3,072,864
Other$43,048
Total$10,077,448

Grossman received $5.9M in bonus, which accounts for 59.03% of total compensation.

Grossman also received $12.8K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1M in salary, $3.1M in stock awards and $43K in other compensation.