If you're fired as the CEO of the Pan Am Games, you'll get a severance package worth $534,800.
That's what Ian Troop will be receiving according to the Pan Am 2015 Organizing Committee.
The settlement includes a cash payment of $478,200, deferred retirement benefits including an RRSP of $27,300 and health benefits through the severance period of $15,800.
Troop was fired in December. The move came after the former CEO came under fire for his expenses.
He made $390,000 a year.
In a statement, Pan Am chair David Peterson said the costs would be absorbed by the Game's overall budget.