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Wells Fargo CEO's 2012 Pay Valued at $22.9 Million

Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) awarded Chief Executive John Stumpf $22.9 million in salary and bonus for 2012, making him the highest-paid chief of a major U.S. commercial bank.The sum reflects the San Francisco lender's success in profiting from the U.S. home-loans business at a time when many of its largest competitors, like Bank of America Corp. (BAC), pulled back in the wake of the housing bust. Mr. Stumpf's base pay was $2.8 million, with a bonus that included shares valued at $13.5 million, most tied to the company's performance. He also received a $3 million cash bonus. Gains in his pension were valued at $3.5 million. Mr. Stumpf received $19.8 million of compensation in 2011.Wells Fargo recorded a profit of $18.9 billion for 2012, a 19% increase from the year-earlier period. Revenue was up 6% last year, due primarily to a 49% rise in mortgage-banking income, which was $11.6 billion.The bank has also been the beneficiary of a financial stock rally, with shares up more than 24% in 2012....

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