Five local bosses got pay raises of more than 100 percent in fiscal 2013, according to a WCPO analysis of pay data disclosed in U.S. Security and Exchange Commission documents for 33 local public companies.
Below are the two bosses who had the biggest percentage increase in total compensation.
WCPO Insiders can see the full list and see what local company has five executives on the list.
This list is part of WCPO's annual analysis of executive pay that totaled $320 million in cash and stock awards in 2013 to 166 executives of 33 Tri-State public companies. Insiders can view findings and search an interactive database below that breaks all the pay down.
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The following executives had the biggest percentage increase in total compensation between 2012 and 2013, based on a WCPO analysis of pay data disclosed in U.S. Security and Exchange Commission documents by 33 local public companies.
This list is part of WCPO's annual analysis of executive pay that totaled $320 million in cash and stock awards in 2013 to 166 executives of 33 Tri-State public companies. You view findings and search an interactive database below that breaks all the pay down.
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VP, Finance, CECO Environmental Corp
Total 2013 Compensation: $310,257
Total Shareholder Return: 64.7%
President of Merchant Services, Vantiv, Inc.
Total 2013 Compensation: $1,351,558
Total Shareholder Return: 59.7%
President of Financial Institution Services, Vantiv, Inc.
Total 2013 Compensation: $1,406,997
COO, Vantiv, Inc.
Total 2013 Compensation: $1,737,891 Raise:83.7%
CFO, Vantiv, Inc.
Total 2013 Compensation: $1,877,517
CEO, Vantiv, Inc.
Total 2013 Compensation: $4,149,922
CEO, The Kroger Co.
Total 2013 Compensation: $8,821,442
Total Shareholder Return: 32.6%
VP General Counsel, Cincinnati Bell Inc.
Total 2013 Compensation: $2,611,875
Total Shareholder Return: -35%
Former CFO, Cincinnati Bell Inc.
Total 2013 Compensation: $3,336,489
CEO, CECO Environmental Corp.
Total 2013 Compensation: $3,664,135
More than $320 million in cash and stock awards can be found in the interactive database (see below) with compensation details for 166 executives.
Dig deeper in the searchable database below that breaks down total pay by company and by executive. The database also shows shareholder return and the ratio of executive pay compared with the average worker in the same industry.
WCPO analyzed compensation numbers from the annual proxy statements to shareholders of 33 Cincinnati-based public companies. S&PCapital IQ supplied numbers for all companies that filed fiscal year 2013 proxies before April 21. It also supplied figures on shareholder return andmarket capitalization, or the total value of all shares at the end of each company’s 2013 fiscal year. WCPO compiled all remaining numbers, including compensation figures for company directors.
WCPO uses the same methodology as Associated Press/Equilar in measuring total compensation, excluding changes in pension plan values. Figures on average worker salaries come from the report: May 2013 National Industry-Specific Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates.
From that report, WCPO pulled average worker salaries from the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes that most closely match each company. NAICS is the standard used by federal agencies to classify businesses in order to collect, analyze and publish statistics tied to the U.S. economy.
WCPO Digital Multimedia Producer Brian Niesz compiled and created the interactive graphic and photo gallery lists. WCPO Editorial Assistant Jane Andreasik provided research. WCPO Digital Managing Editor Chris Graves edited this report.