Carlyle's founders get $92.9 million each in 2013
Feb 27 (Reuters) - The founders of private equity firm Carlyle Group LP received $92.9 million each in dividends and salary in 2013, a regulatory filing showed, up from $57.6 million in 2012.
David Rubenstein, William Conway and Daniel D'Aniello, who founded Washington, D.C.-based Carlyle in 1987 and are now in their sixties, forfeited their bonuses for the second consecutive year. ()
They received $92.6 million each from their individual 15.4 percent stakes in Carlyle, Reuters calculations showed based on a declared dividend of $1.97 per Carlyle Holdings unit. They also received $281,375 each in executive pay.
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