Almost everyone is curious to know how much the big personalities earn for a luxurious living. The first question we ask is what is his or her total net worth? What’s his or her monthly income? Well, there are people who earn per day, per week and even per hour as well.
Based on the capacity and work ethics, earnings vary from person to person. It doesn’t matter how hard a person works but it’s how you decode even the toughest of things to make it much simpler and qualify the standards of smart work. These credentials would certainly uplift your earnings.
Coming to the topic, let’s take a look at how much HDFC Bank CEO and Managing Director Aditya Puri earns per day. Aditya Puri is so rich that he takes home a salary of Rs 7.26 crore in the financial year 2017-18 compared with Rs 8.12 crore in the last year.
He took a 10.5% cut in his basic salary despite the balanced performance of the bank over the years. His total cost to the company decreased by 4% to Rs 9.65 crore as compared with Rs. 10.05 crore in 2017 financial year. However, statistically, Aditya Puri earns an handsome amount per day i.e Rs 2.64 lakh per day compared with Rs 2.75 lakh per day in the last financial year.
Aditya Puri has been the managing director of HDFC Bank since it’s establishment in 1994. His contract at the bank will come to a close on October 31, 2020. There has been a huge contrast in the salary of top management in public and private sector. State Bank of India (SBI) chairman takes home a salary of just Rs 14.26 lakh per annum. He earned over Rs 14.70 lakh in the last financial year.
Aditya Puri recently got featured in Barron’s list of Top 30 Global CEOs for the third consecutive year. His name got highlighted in the category of ‘Growth Leaders’. The magazine honours awards to CEOs in three groups- visionary founders, growth leaders, and turnaround experts.
He has also joined the likes of big personalities of the corporate world including Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway, Satya Nadella of Microsoft, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase.