|company||CEO||FY 2022 Total Salary (in ₹)||How much has increased compared to 2021?|
|Wipro||Thierry Delaporte||48.00 crore||81.61%|
|Hindalco Industries||Satish Pai||46.52 crore||88.88%|
|Larsen & Toubro||SN Subrahmanyan||30.71 crore||119.99%|
|TCS||Rajesh Gopinathan||25.77 crore||26.52%|
|Tata Steel||Tata Steel||19.5 crore||25.14%|
|HDFC||Keki Mistry||19.02 crore||13.00%|
|Infosys||Salil Parekh||18.69 crore||0.0|
|Godrej Properties||Mohit Malhotra||17.73 crore||7.66%|
|Cipla||Umang Vohra||16.07 crore||33.47%|
|Bayer Cropscience||Duraiswami Narain||15.29 crore||3.50%|
|Bayer Cropscience||Mohit Malhotra||14.60 crore||12.00|
Note:This does not include Esops, One Time Payments. Source: Annual Reports
There are more variables in the salary of a CEO than a fixed component. Most share-linked compensation is more. The boards of some companies are planning to introduce clawback options for bonuses.
Salary increased in India the highest in the whole world
Last month global professional firm Aon plc. released the results of a survey. According to this, the highest salary increased in 2022 in India. Here the salary increased at the rate of 10.6% which is more than Germany (3.5%), UK (4%), USA (4.5%), China (6%). The rate of increase in salary in 2023 is projected to be 10.4%.