Who Are The 17 Richest People In Advertising On The Planet?

Who Are The 17 Richest People In Advertising On The Planet?
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Business Insider has published a list of the people in advertising who could buy a few islands with the amount of money they have.

BI looked at media big gun’s SEC filings (the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission) including their salary, stock award, option awards etc. This list is by no means extensive. The search was limited to public companies only, as well as companies that were pure-play advertising agencies (hence no Google or Facebook).

Please note, unfortunately there is just one woman who made the list.

17. Andrew Bonzani, Interpublic general counsel and secretary

Compensation: $US 2,295,124, (around $AU 3.146 million)

16. Kevin Roberts, executive chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi

Compensation: $US 2,299,314 (around $AU 3.152 million)

15. Lori Senecal, global CEO of Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Compensation: $US2,345,781 (around $AU 3.216 million)

14. Michael O’Brien, Omnicom general counsel and secretary

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Compensation: $US2,810,598 (around $AU 3.853 million)

13. Jonathan Nelson, Omnicom Digital chief executive officer

Compensation: $US3,383,633 (around $AU 4.639 million)

12. Timothy Andree, president and CEO of Dentsu Holdings USA and executive chairman of the Dentsu Aegis network

Compensation: $US3,489,881 (around $AU 4.784 million)

11. Alfonso Rodés Vilà, CEO of Havas Media Group

Compensation: $US3,689,195 (around $AU 5.058 million)

10. Philippe Krakowsky, chief strategy and talent officer at Interpublic Group

Compensation: $US 4,568,295 (around $AU 6.263 million)

9. Maurice Lévy, CEO of Publicis Groupe

Compensation: $US 4,968,000 (around $AU 6.811 million)

8. Philip Angelastro, Omnicom chief financial officer

Compensation: $US5,028,542 (around $AU 6.894 million)

7. Frank Mergenthaler, chief financial officer at Interpublic Group

Compensation: $US5,356,477 (around $AU 7.343 million)

6. Mark Read, WPP Digital CEO

Compensation: $US5,377,664 (around $AU 7.372 million)

5. Michael Roth, CEO of Interpublic Group

Compensation: $US12,899,339 (around $AU 17.684 million)

4. Miles Nadal, MDC Partners (former) CEO

Compensation: $US16,832,355 (around $AU 23.075 million)

3. Paul Richardson, WPP group finance director

Compensation: $US17,558,352 (around $AU 24.071 million)

2. Omnicom CEO John Wren

Compensation: $US24,014,697 (around $AU 32.922 million)

1. Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP CEO

Compensation: $US67,285,497 (around $AU 92.241million)

 

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