In the video below, Motley Fool financial analyst David Hanson tells investors about a busy week for financial statements this week and, in particular, takes a look at Annaly Capital's (NYSE:NLY) proxy statement, in which the company disclosed that the total payment for Annaly's CEO Wellington Denahan for 2012 would be over $25 million. Is she really worth all that money to the company and its shareholders? David gives investors his take.
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