Repsol’s CEO, Josu Jon Imaz, received a remuneration of 3.98 million euros last year (not including remuneration for savings systems), 16% more than in 2020, while the president of the oil company, Antonio Brufau, received 2.77 million euros (0.4% less than in 2020).
Imaz also received 254,000 euros for remuneration for savings systems, the same amount for this concept as in 2020, according to the annual report on director remuneration sent this Thursday by the Repsol group to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV).
Repsol’s CEO, with executive functions, received in 2021 a fixed remuneration of 1.2 million euros (same as last year) and a short-term variable of 1.36 million, higher than the 784,000 euros of 2020 , and a long variable of 919,000 euros, lower than the 1,028 million euros of 2020.
For his membership of the board of directors he received last year 177,000 euros and another 177,000 euros for membership of commissions; while for other concepts he received 153,000 euros.
For his part, the president of Repsol, Antonio Brufau, had a total remuneration of 2,773 million euros in 2021, 0.4% less than in 2020, when he received 2,786 million.
His remuneration for belonging to the board of directors was 2.5 million euros (the same as last year), to which must be added 273,000 euros for other items.
In total, the Repsol board of directors as a whole received 10.79 million euros in 2021, 4.7% more than in 2020, an amount that does not include the remuneration of the CEO for contributions to long-term savings systems.