* Gorman’s 2009 compensation could total about $9.3 mln
* Gorman received $5.7 mln deferred stock bonus for 2009
* Former CEO Mack declined a bonus; made $1.25 mln
NEW YORK, April 1 (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley’s (MS.N) Chief Executive James Gorman got a total compensation package of $6.5 million for 2009, according to a U.S. regulatory filing on Thursday.
Gorman, who was co-president in 2009, could receive additional stock awards based on Morgan Stanley’s performance valued at $2.8 million, based on an earlier filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. All told, Gorman’s 2009 package could be worth $9.3 million.
The bulk of his pay is a $5.7 million bonus, composed of deferred stock units.
On Jan. 1, 2010, Gorman succeeded John Mack as CEO.
Mack, who remained chairman, has not taken a bonus for the past three years. Mack’s total compensation for 2009, which included a base salary of $800,000, was $1.25 million. (Reporting by Steve Eder)