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Intel’s 6 Most Highly Compensated Execs; Pat Gelsinger Leads
Here’s what Intel’s top six executives reported in total compensation in 2021, which amounted to over $230 million in combined total compensation.
No. 5: Gregory Bryant
Former EVP and GM, CCG
Total Compensation: $10,432,500
Gregory Bryant spent 30 years at Intel before recently leaving on Jan. 31, 2022 to become president of business units for Analog Devices.
In his last role at Intel, Bryant was executive vice president and general manager of Intel’s Client Computing Group (CCG). He led Intel’s CCG which spans notebooks, desktops, tablets, 2-in-1 devices and home gateways. Bryant’s responsibilities included business strategy and product development for the full CCG portfolio of Intel technologies, processors, chipsets and connectivity solutions.
In 2021, Bryant generated $7.66 million in stock awards.
Bryant received a base salary of $750,000 and $1.88 million in Intel’s non-equity incentive compensation program. He earned $142,500 in all other compensation.
Bryant earned a total of $10,432,500 in compensation in 2021.
In 2020, Bryant reported total compensation of $9.75 million.