Sundar Pichai salary | Net Worth, Annual Income, Education, Wife, Houses and cars owned

Sundar Pichai, the current SEO of tech giant Google and its parent company Alphabet, is one of the most successful and influential people and one of the most successful Indians to have achieved the top position. After joining Google in 2004, he has been contributing to the development of some famous consumer products that are widely used across the world. Finally, he was appointed CEO of Google in 2015 and later CEO of Google's parent company, Alphabet, in 2019.

Sundar Pichai salary

Sundar Pichai's exact salary has not been disclosed publicly yet. Google and its parent company Alphabet, are not required to release this information.  However, Pichai's compensation is publicly reported in Alphabet's annual proxy statement to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

According to the most recent report, Sundar Pichai's total salary was $280 million (INR 28 crore) annualy, which includes a base salary of $2 million (INR 0.2 crore), an annual performance bonus of $12 million (INR 1.2 crore), and stock awards worth over $266 million (INR 26.6 crore).

It's worth noting that much of Sundar Pichai's salary comes in the form of equity awards, which are tied to the company's performance and future prospects. So its obvious that his salary can fluctuate significantly from year to year, depending on how well the company performs. Additionally, Pichai's salary is subject to approval by Alphabet's board of directors and is reviewed annually.

Who is Sundar Pichai?

Sundar Pichai is one of the most influential personalities, as he is the current CEO of search engine giant GOOGLE and its parent company, Alphabet Inc. He is an Indian-origin US business executive. He got his bachelor's degree at IIT Kharagpur. Then he went to Stanford University, where he received a Master of Science degree in Materials Science and Engineering. Later, he completed his MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

In 2004, Sundar Pichai joined Google. Due to his outstanding performance, he was promoted to the company's Vice President of Product Management in 2008. Under his presidency, Google developed its most important products like Chrome, Google Drive, Photos, Gmail, etc. In 2013, he was put in charge of Android, Google's mobile operating system. And in 2015, he became the CEO of Google.