The founder of Xiaomi has been given a "reward" worth more than £735m by the Chinese smartphone-maker.The payment was confirmed in the firm's 2018 annual report.
The company had previously said it intended to make the share-based bonus to Lei Jun in recognition of his eight years of "devotion" to the company.
Lei in turn has promised to donate the sum to "charitable purposes" once taxes have been deducted from the compensation package.
The 636.6 million shares involved were worth 7.54bn Hong Kong dollars ($962.0m; £735.6m) based on their closing price on Tuesday after they rose 1% over the course of the day.
The amount is not far behind the 8.6bn yuan ($1.3bn; £980m) figure declared as Xiaomi's adjusted net profit for the year.
The share transfer is in addition to other payments the company made to Lei including a salary and dividends, for which an exact sum was not given.The payment follows the flotation of the company's stock in Hong Kong in July.
Beijing-based Xiaomi was the world's fourth biggest smartphone maker in 2018, according to the market research firm IDC, after Samsung, Apple and Huawei.
The number of handsets it shipped rose by 32.2% over the period at a time when the wider market contracted by 4.1%, said IDC.