Genmab's CEO pulls in DKK 37.3m salary – has shares worth DKK 1.6bn

Following an outstandingly profitable year for Genmab, CEO Jan van de Winkel got a pay raise, bringing his annual salary to DKK 37.3m. The CEO also owns a lucrative set of shares, which had a total market value of DKK 1.6bn at end-2020.

Genmab CEO Jan van de Winkel | Photo: Mik Eskestad/Jyllands-Posten/Ritzau Scanpix

This year, money has once again rained down on Genmab's Dutch Chief Executive Officer Jan van de Winkel, after 2020 proved to be an outstandingly profitable fiscal year for the company. Its revenue succeeded the predicted DKK 10.1bn (USD 1.65bn).

For his efforts, the CEO received DKK 37.3m in 2020 against 35.2m in 2019, equivalent to a 6 percent pay raise.

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