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Rise in Executive Comp Was Offset by Pension Value Changes in 2013
Towers Watson Link to more items from this source
Apr. 22, 2014

"Total compensation disclosed in company proxy statements for [CEOs] at the nation's largest corporations remained relatively unchanged in 2013, primarily the result of sharply lower pension values ... [T]otal pay for S&P 1500 CEOs increased less than 1% (0.5%) in 2013, down from the 5.7% median increase CEOs received in 2012.... [R]ealizable pay, which takes into consideration the current value of a CEO's outstanding stock-based awards, increased nearly 15% last year, reflecting strong stock market performance.... Nearly eight in 10 (78%) companies awarded performance-based long-term incentive awards in 2013, compared with 67% in 2011. Meanwhile, 58% of companies awarded stock options in 2013, down from 64% in 2011."

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