Bonus Watch '14: Departing Credit Suisse Chiefs (Still Do Pretty Well For Themselves) - Dealbreaker

Bonus Watch '14: Departing Credit Suisse Chiefs (Still Do Pretty Well For Themselves)

Brady Dougan, whose going away party will be held in June, took the tiniest pay cuts.
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Brady W. Dougan, the outgoing chief executive of Credit Suisse, took a slight pay cut in 2014 as the Swiss bank faced what it described as a “challenging” macroeconomic environment and saw its annual results hurt by legacy legal issues. In its annual report on Friday, Credit Suisse, based in Zurich, said Mr. Dougan received total compensation of 9.7 million Swiss francs, or about $9.8 million, in 2014. That compares with 9.79 million francs in 2013. [Dealbook]

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