Positions Rank at Ontario Financing Authority

Total result: 100

SALARY NAME Position
$636,507.14 paid in 2018 Gadi Mayman Chief Executive Officer
Ontario Financing Authority
$448,737.71 paid in 2018 Michael Manning Executive Director and Chief Investment Officer
Ontario Financing Authority
$324,828.84 paid in 2018 James Devine Director, Funding
Ontario Financing Authority
$324,828.84 paid in 2018 David Peters Director, Debt Management
Ontario Financing Authority
$251,167.50 paid in 2018 Ken Kandeepan Chief Financial and Risk Officer
Ontario Financing Authority
$220,996.10 paid in 2018 Sarah Neville Director
Ontario Financing Authority
$217,887.52 paid in 2018 Elizabeth Sidlo-Wallace Senior Manager, Funding and Foreign Exchange
Ontario Financing Authority
$217,578.52 paid in 2018 Linda Smith Director, Investments
Ontario Financing Authority
$217,130.52 paid in 2018 Jean-Paul Lamoureux Senior Manager, Debt Management
Ontario Financing Authority
$217,130.52 paid in 2018 Carlos Yep Senior Manager, Funding
Ontario Financing Authority
$217,130.52 paid in 2018 Edwin Wong Senior Manager, Derivatives
Ontario Financing Authority
$208,424.81 paid in 2018 Mara Collins Legal Counsel
Ontario Financing Authority
$208,424.81 paid in 2018 Lisa Stein Legal Counsel
Ontario Financing Authority
$192,290.49 paid in 2018 Ronald Kwan Assistant Deputy Minister, Corporate Electricity Finance
Ontario Financing Authority
$167,395.32 paid in 2018 Brett Kichiy Manager, Investments
Ontario Financing Authority
$167,050.32 paid in 2018 Craig Walsh Manager, Financial Engineering
Ontario Financing Authority
$167,050.32 paid in 2018 Parvez Daruwalla Manager, Investments and Risk Management
Ontario Financing Authority
$166,468.32 paid in 2018 Leonidas Oriotis Manager, Liquidity
Ontario Financing Authority
$166,468.32 paid in 2018 Shabina Hassan Manager, Liquidity
Ontario Financing Authority
$162,737.52 paid in 2018 Tyler Elyea Manager, Investments
Ontario Financing Authority
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The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, makes Ontario's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to make public, by March 31 each year, the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

In Ontario the Sunshine List was first published in 1996, by the Progressive Conservative government of Mike Harris. Just 4,576 names appeared on the first list.

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