Exhilway Private Capital Market CEO gets US $1 million pay pack
Exhilway Private Capital Market (EPCM) which charges its clients equity stake in their respected companies in lieu of helping them raising funds from the private equity investors will pay out of his earned holdings.
The annual cash salary is kept at mere US $10,500 or INR 5,98,000 and the equity part will constitute 99% of the salary.
“The salary seems to be entirely performance oriented, the chances are CEO may work harder to earn his bread or will quit to find a new job with better cash part,” said Alok Srikant, a research analyst with Newman Private Wealth.
EPCM will help 60 companies this year to raise US $52 million or INR 3,000 crore by getting them listed on their platform. The response to the new platform is said to be excellent and over 900 companies are in queue to raise funds for expansion.
According to the industry insiders EPCM will generate worth US $43 billion or INR 250,000 crore for its investors in the next five years.
Exhilway is the sixth largest financial company in the world that masters in the art of proprietary arbitrage which includes global equity and commodity markets. Exhilway employs over 9500 people worldwide as of 2011.
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