Positions Rank at Hydro One

Total result: 28

SALARY NAME Position
$741,554.25 paid in 2014 CARMINE MARCELLO President & Chief Executive Officer
Hydro One
$520,312.38 paid in 2014 SANDY STRUTHERS Chief Operating Officer & Executive Vice President Strategic Planning
Hydro One
$462,594.81 paid in 2014 WAYNE SMITH Senior Vice President, Operations
Hydro One
$403,062.16 paid in 2014 MICHAEL WINTERS Senior Vice President, Engineering & Construction
Hydro One
$360,714.97 paid in 2014 ROBERT CULTRARO Senior Vice President, Pensions
Hydro One
$333,533.89 paid in 2014 ALI SULEMAN Vice President & Treasurer, Treasury & Risk
Hydro One
$319,225.87 paid in 2014 JOSEPH AGOSTINO Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Compliance Officer
Hydro One
$300,041.79 paid in 2014 MIKE PENSTONE Vice President Planning
Hydro One
$291,269.24 paid in 2014 COLIN PENNY Senior Vice President, Technology & Chief Information Officer
Hydro One
$290,965.35 paid in 2014 LAURA COOKE Senior Vice President, Customer & Corporate Relations
Hydro One
$290,558.12 paid in 2014 JUDY MCKELLAR Senior Vice President, People & Culture, Health & Safety
Hydro One
$287,242.40 paid in 2014 KAREN NEWMAN Vice President , Corporate Controller
Hydro One
$284,617.19 paid in 2014 JOHN FRASER Senior Vice President, Internal Audit
Hydro One
$283,063.14 paid in 2014 SUSAN FRANK Vice President, Regulatory
Hydro One
$273,838.12 paid in 2014 JONATHAN REBICK Vice President Strategic Planning
Hydro One
$266,773.23 paid in 2014 PAUL TREMBLAY Vice President, Urban Distribution Strategy & Operations
Hydro One
$266,754.78 paid in 2014 GARY SCHNEIDER Vice President, Shared Services
Hydro One
$266,324.74 paid in 2014 ANDREW STENNING Vice President, Stations And Operating
Hydro One
$264,712.57 paid in 2014 PAUL MARCHANT President & Chief Executive Officer, Hydro One Telecom
Hydro One
$258,014.82 paid in 2014 MITCH OUELLETTE Vice President Construction Services
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