FIFA's Top Three Bosses Netted $80 Million in Pay and Severance

  • Kattner, Valcke eligible for 27 million francs in severance
  • Pay details being forwarded to Swiss, U.S. prosecutors

FIFA’s three former top officials -- including ousted ex-president Sepp Blatter -- awarded themselves more than 79 million Swiss francs ($80 million) over the past five years from bonuses, incentives and salary increases, some of which probably broke Swiss law, according to soccer’s global governing body.

To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.