Rajeev Misra, CEO of the SoftBank Funding Advisers.SoftBankThe CEO of SoftBank’s ailing Imaginative and prescient Fund, Rajeev Misra, is to be paid 1.61 billion Japanese yen ($15 million) this yr, in accordance with a discover SoftBank despatched to its shareholders on Friday that was cited by a number of stories out of Japan. The overall package deal is 113% greater than Misra obtained within the final fiscal yr, when he took residence round $7 million.Misra’s base pay for the yr now stands at 1.42 billion yen ($13.2 million), with the rest being described as “different” pay.It means the previous Deutsche Bank debt dealer is the second-highest paid SoftBank worker, behind Marcelo Claure, the previous chairman of U.S. telecoms agency Dash, who’s on $19.6 million. SoftBank’s billionaire founder and CEO Masayoshi Son has seen his pay fall 9% to $1.9 million. The surge in Misra’s pay contrasts with the monetary efficiency of the tech funding firm he heads up, which is aiming to deploy over $200 billion to fast-growing start-ups. The Imaginative and prescient Fund reported a document lack of $17.7 billion earlier this month after large bets on firms like Uber and WeWork turned bitter. SoftBank has written down WeWork’s valuation from $47 billion a yr in the past to $2.9 billion, whereas Uber’s valuation has additionally collapsed by over $10 billion within the final yr.Questions at the moment are being requested on whether or not SoftBank’s $108 billion Imaginative and prescient Fund 2 will go forward as deliberate. Son stated that he will not attempt to increase capital from different firms and people till firms in Imaginative and prescient Fund 1 begin performing higher. The discover to shareholders additionally offered an perception into the expansion of the Imaginative and prescient Fund’s workforce, with workers numbers rising from 297 a yr in the past to 454. SoftBank didn’t instantly reply to a CNBC request for remark.