What CFOs Are Paid
Although the median cash bonus for large-company
chief financial officers declined slightly last year,
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Infographic: What CFOs Are Paid - Towers Watson

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Although the median cash bonus for large-company chief financial officers declined slightly last year, median total compensation continued to show
growth, fueled primarily by a 7% jump in the median value of stock awards. The mix of equity continues to shift toward full-value awards (restricted stock and performance shares) and away from options.

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  1. 1. What CFOs Are Paid Although the median cash bonus for large-company chief financial officers declined slightly last year, median total compensation continued to show growth, fueled primarily by a 7% jump in the median value of stock awards. The mix of equity continues to shift toward full-value awards (restricted stock and performance shares) and away from options. 7% 91% of CFOs received full-value stock awards in the most recent period, up from 86% the year before. Average total compensation for S&P 500 CFOs Other* 11% $514,944 (11%) *Includes change in pension value, deferred compensation and perquisites $613,245 (14%) Total $4,481,748 Long-term incentives Salary 14% 21% Bonus 54% $939,217 (21%) $2,414,342 (54%) Slowing growth (median increase) in CFO pay 10% 8% 6% 8.7 6.9 4% 2% 0% 2011 2012 Source: Towers Watson Executive Compensation Resources analysis of 2013 proxy disclosures by S&P 500 companies Want to learn more? Contact your local Towers Watson consultant or visit our executive compensation blog: http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Insights/Newsletters/Global/executive-pay-matters

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