NEW YORK (AP) — An Associated Press analysis of documents from Wells Fargo shows CEO John Stumpf received $17.9 million in compensation for 2011, compared with $17.6 million in 2010.

The San Francisco-based bank said in a filing Thursday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that Stumpf's compensation included a salary of $2.8 million and a stock award of $12 million.

Stumpf didn't receive stock options, but he got about $3.1 million in deferred compensation for performance in 2010 that vested in 2011.

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