Compensation Advisory Partners
Performance-based Pay Enriched CFOs in 2017
On the back of stronger revenue and operating income, both finance chiefs and CEOs saw their personal incomes leap by about 10% last year.
Pay Ratio Disclosures Mislead Investors
The first round of proxy statements after the new pay ratio rule took effect underscores inherent flaws in the rule.
CFOs Saw Higher Salary Increases Than CEOs
In addition, a greater percentage of CFOs than CEOs received raises in 2016, according to a study by Compensation Advisory Partners.
How Hard Is It to Achieve Target Incentive Payouts?
Three-quarters of executives earn at least their targeted short-term incentive bonus, a study finds.
CFO Perks Didn’t Perk Up in 2014
For a second straight year following a sharp drop in 2012, the median value of CFO perquisites was $24,900 among Fortune 500 companies.
CFOs Outpace CEOs in Pay Gains — Sort Of
Finance chiefs got higher-percentage raises in 2014, yet fell further behind on a raw-dollar basis.
‘No, Our Executives Didn’t Make That Much Money’
Underperforming companies are using new measures of executive compensation to appease proxy readers.
Pay-wise, CFOs Gain a Bit on Their Bosses
CEOs still earn three times as much, but finance chiefs keep nibbling away at the disparity.