If you are wondering who is Rex W. Tillerson he is the chairman and chief executive officer of ExxonMobil. Currently, he is one of the highest paid CEO in the world. And it is for sure that his salary and net worth counts in million dollars. Starting his career as an engineer now he belongs to the category of the richest.
During Rex Tillerson's career, he has become the nominee of 'Secretary of States' after President Donald Trump got elected. Now as he has reached to the apex post of the States it is said that his annual income and net worth has grown gradually high.
Rex W. Tillerson in the year 2016 was listed at number 29 as the highest-paid CEO in 'The New York Times' list of the 200 highest-paid CEOs. He is the Donald Trump nominee for the Secretary of State who will be later succeeded by Darren Woods later.
Rex W. Tillerson
Rex W. Tillerson net worth is said to be $150 million in 2016 according to NBC News mentioned by Heavy. Rex W. Tillerson is the CEO of ExxonMobil which is tied to Russia and known as the sixth largest companies in the world by revenue. Furthermore, he is also the member of the National Academy of Engineering for a long time.
According to the U.S Office Personnel and Management Rex W. Tillerson will be paid $203,700 if he becomes the Secretary of State. It is also said that when Rex retires at the end of the year his pension benefits will increase by $4.6 million.
Rex W. Tillerson ExxonMobil has earned a profit in the count of billion during the second half quarter of the year 2016 the company income was $1.7 billion. Whereas, in the first half quarter of the year, the firm earned $3.51 billion.
The horse Ranch Bar RR Raches LLC he owns also make a huge contribution on his net worth. This property worth $5 million which includes training facilities, homes and horse stables and covers the total land of 83 acres.
Rex W. Tillerson
Rex W. Tillerson began his career as an engineer as he completed his bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Austin in civil engineering. He has been in Exxon since 1975 and served in the different post being there.
In the year 2006, Rex W. Tillerson was elected as the chairman and chief executive of Exxon and will reach the mandatory retirement age of 65 in 2017. Besides his business field, he is also a great contributor and member of the National Academy of Engineering.
He has been general manager of the Exxon USA central production division and also the president of Exxon Yemen Inc. and Esso Exploration and Production Khorat Inc. in the year 1995.