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NEW YORK (Reuters) – BlackRock Inc, the world’s largest asset manager, cut total compensation for Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink by 4.3% in 2018, according to a filing on Friday photo cufflinks. Fink was awarded $26.5 million in compensation last year, compared with $27.7 million in 2017, based on a calculation of his pay in line with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission guidelines. Going by a set of calculations BlackRock prefers, Fink’s total compensation for the year fell 14% to $24 million. The figures differ because BlackRock reports some incentive pay in a different year..
“BlackRock’s Board of Directors and I both believe that the performance of our stock price should be a factor in determining the compensation of our senior executives,” Fink, who is often quoted for his views on the markets and corporate governance and has been listed among the world’s best CEOs by the newspaper Barron’s, said in the filing. BlackRock’s stock slid 23.5% in price during 2018, its worst performance since 2008, as a severe bout of volatility buffeted financial markets photo cufflinks. That compares with a 27.3% fall for a Thomson Reuters index that includes more than a dozen of BlackRock’s industry rivals in the United States..
The shares hit a six-month high of $457.33 on Friday. Fink’s pay is among the highest in investment management globally as well as among U.S. financial firms, according to Thomson Reuters data. In the past the company’s pay to executive officers has drawn criticism from proxy adviser Glass Lewis & Co LLC. The company’s president, Rob Kapito, was paid about $20.8 million in 2018, a decrease of 5.2% from the prior year, according to the calculations based on regulatory guidelines. Kapito and Fink were among BlackRock’s founders in 1988 photo cufflinks.
(Reuters) – Shares of Walt Disney Co touched an all-time high on Friday after Wall Street analysts said the aggressive pricing of its new video streaming service could help it better compete with Netflix Inc. Netflix’s shares fell about 4 percent after Disney priced its streaming service, Disney+, at $6.99 per month, below the video streaming pioneer’s basic plan of $8.99. “Investors find a lot of promise in Disney’s offerings because it’s well positioned to fight the likes of Netflix for consumers’ money,” said Clement Thibault, analyst at global financial markets platform Investing.com photo cufflinks.
Shares of Disney jumped 10 percent to $128.26, adding $21 billion to the company’s market capitalization of $209 billion on Thursday photo cufflinks. J.P. Morgan analysts also noted that Disney+’s interface appears similar to that of Netflix with personalization of user profiles, recommended content, search capabilities and parental controls. Disney+ will launch on Nov. 12 in the United States, featuring content from a host of Disney brands including Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar as well as recently acquired Fox properties such as “The Simpsons” and National Geographic programming..