FILE - In this file photo dated July 20, 2015, fake banknotes are symbolically thrown by British comedian Simon Brodkin, at former FIFA president Sepp Blatter during a media conference following the extraordinary FIFA Executive Committee at the headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. The office of Michael Lauber Swiss attorney general, confirms new raids on FIFA offices Friday June 3, 21016, during ongoing investigations of former FIFA president Sepp Blatter and former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke. Blatter and Valcke both deny wrongdoing. (Ennio Leanza/Keystone via AP, FILE)
Status: Elected president in 1998, re-elected four times, suspended in October 2015, banned from soccer in December 2015 for eight years, reduced to six years on appeal.
Feb. 5, 2008: Annual salary of 2 million Swiss francs, annual expenses of 500,000 Swiss francs.
May 30, 2015: Annual salary of 3 million Swiss francs; annual bonus of 1.5 million Swiss francs; performance bonus after completing 4-year term of 12 million Swiss francs.
Status: Fired by FIFA in 2006, re-hired as secretary general in 2007, fired for a second time in September 2015.
July 2, 2007: Monthly salary of 61,000 Swiss francs; guaranteed bonus of 500,000 Swiss francs; bonus of 6 million Swiss francs over six years.
Nov. 12, 2008: Monthly salary of 100,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 300,000 Swiss francs.
Dec. 1, 2008: Annual bonus of 2.5 million Swiss francs; monthly salary of 65,000 Swiss francs; 2010 World Cup bonus of 9 million Swiss francs.
April 30, 2011: Monthly salary of 120,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 500,000 Swiss francs.
Status: Hired as finance director in 2003, appointed acting secretary general 2015, fired in May 2016.
July 2, 2007: Monthly salary of 40,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 50,000 Swiss francs.
Nov. 12, 2008: Monthly salary of 60,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 75,000 Swiss francs.
April 30, 2011: Monthly salary of 80,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 100,000 Swiss francs.