(Bloomberg) - Richard Weil, chief executive officer at Janus Capital Group, had his compensation reduced 19% to $4.98 million in 2012 as investors withdrew $12.1 billion from the firm.

Weil received $500,000 in base salary, $2.85 million in restricted stock, $1.4 million in non-equity incentive plan compensation and $232,283 in other compensation, the Denver-based money manager said today, in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Weil has worked to diversify the firm known for its concentrated stock funds, more than tripling the proportion of assets in fixed-income and adding asset-allocation products. Janus’ assets increased 5.8% in 2012 to $156.8 billion as global stocks rose 13% in 2012, based on the MSCI AC World Index.

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