Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) boosted Chief Executive Officer Lloyd C. Blankfein’s stock bonus 90 percent to $13.3 million
, topping JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)’s Jamie Dimon for the first time in five years, as profit climbed.
Goldman Sachs’s revenue grew 19 percent in 2012, the first gain in three years, as the firm’s investments almost tripled in value and investment banking fees climbed.
President Gary D. Cohn
, 52, was awarded 85,136 restricted shares, worth $12 million
at yesterday’s closing price. Cohn, who receives a $1.85 million salary, got $3 million in cash and $7 million of restricted stock last year.
Chief Financial Officer David A. Viniar
, 57, who is retiring this month after 32 years at the firm and joining the board of directors, also was granted restricted shares worth $12 million
. Viniar, who gets a $1.85 million salary, received the same bonus as Blankfein and Cohn last year.