Larry Fink is one lucky guy.  Fink will take home in excess of $20 million for his Wall Street work last year, when he successfully guided New York’s largest asset-management company, BlackRock.

“He’s right at the top. He’ll be north of $20 million — and, of course, BlackRock has done great,” compensation expert Alan Johnson told The Post.  Johnson says BlackRock, along with other huge asset managers, are part of the latest “seismic change” in 2013 salary and bonuses….

“The other surprise,” said Johnson, “is how long it has taken the industry to recover from the financial crisis. We are all seeing the light now at the end of the tunnel.”

New York Post / February 8, 2014