Allison, who Forbes notes as stepping into the position in late 2018 after Patrick Doyle retired, has a net worth that would make anyone find excitement in their work day. According to the stock market insight website Wallmine, as of October 2020, Allison has an estimated net worth of at least $24.9 million. And while you may assume that a bulk of that amount is from the salary he makes as the CEO of Domino’s, you’d be surprised to know that it’s actually not.
Although Wallmine reports that Allison is the highest paid executive at the company, his salary is only a little over $5 million per year. So, where does the remainder of his estimated net worth come from, you ask? Stocks, of course! Owning over $16 million in Domino’s Pizza Inc. stock and selling a little over $3 million in DPZ stock since 2015, it seems as if he is one CEO that knows how to make his money work best for him. And with a projected “$25 billion in annual sales globally by 2025” and a plan to have “2,000 new U.S. stores within that time frame” (via Forbes), one can only expect that both his salary and net worth will see a significant increase in the next few years. Hopefully though, the annual growth for the company will see a raise in wages for employees on the lower level, too.