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Kelly King

Kelly S. King was born on September 12, 1948, in

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina

M.B.A., East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina

New Jersey

Compensation

During his first year as CEO of BB&T in 2009, Kelly S. King earned a total compensation of $4,469,300 broken down as follows:[3]

ANNUAL COMPENSATION

Salary $667,063

Total Annual Compensation $667,063

STOCK OPTIONS Restricted Stock Awards $572,577

All Other Compensation $136,177

Exercised Options 70,887

Exercised Values $624,119

Exercisable Options 528,382

Exercisable Values $166,445

Unexercisable Options 400,771

Total Value of Options $790,564

Total Number of Options 1,000,040

TOTAL COMPENSATION

Total Annual Cash Compensation $1,528,726

Total Short Term Compensation $667,063

Other Long Term Compensation $708,754

Total Calculated Compensation

$4,469,300

Other Affiliations

BB&T Financial Corp.

BB&T Insurance Services, Inc.

American Bankers Association

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

East Carolina University

Stonier School of Banking, University of Pennsylvania

Financial Services Roundtable

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