Clayton G. Deutsch

Boston Private Financial Holdings

CEO and President Retired

Overview

Clayton G. Deutsch received an average compensation of $2,936,943 at Boston Private Financial Holdings from 2010 to 2018.

Annual data

2018

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$548,438
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$911,257
Other$232,675
Total$2,367,370

In 2018, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $2,367,370 as CEO and President Retired at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $911,257 in stock awards, which accounts for 38.49% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $548,438 in non-equity incentive plan, $675,000 in salary and $232,675 in other compensation.

2017

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,054,700
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$964,876
Other$204,535
Total$2,899,111

In 2017, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $2,899,111 as CEO and President at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $1,054,700 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 36.38% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $675,000 in salary, $964,876 in stock awards and $204,535 in other compensation.

2016

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$607,500
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$1,043,800
Other$115,848
Total$2,442,148

In 2016, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $2,442,148 as CEO and President at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $1,043,800 in stock awards, which accounts for 42.74% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $607,500 in non-equity incentive plan, $675,000 in salary and $115,848 in other compensation.

2015

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$472,500
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$1,015,681
Other$135,834
Total$2,299,015

In 2015, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $2,299,015 as CEO and President at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $1,015,681 in stock awards, which accounts for 44.18% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $472,500 in non-equity incentive plan, $675,000 in salary and $135,834 in other compensation.

2014

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$928,100
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$2,903,440
Other$180,392
Total$4,686,932

In 2014, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $4,686,932 as CEO and President at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $2,903,440 in stock awards, which accounts for 61.95% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $928,100 in non-equity incentive plan, $675,000 in salary and $180,392 in other compensation.

2013

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$843,800
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$1,036,700
Other$176,161
Total$2,731,661

In 2013, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $2,731,661 as CEO at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $1,036,700 in stock awards, which accounts for 37.95% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $843,800 in non-equity incentive plan, $675,000 in salary and $176,161 in other compensation.

2012

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$780,500
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$933,109
Other$95,226
Total$2,483,835

In 2012, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $2,483,835 as CEO and President at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $933,109 in stock awards, which accounts for 37.57% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $780,500 in non-equity incentive plan, $675,000 in salary and $95,226 in other compensation.

2011

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,147,500
Salary$675,000
Stock Awards$920,711
Other$89,231
Total$2,832,442

In 2011, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $2,832,442 as CEO and President at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $1,147,500 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 40.51% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $675,000 in salary, $920,711 in stock awards and $89,231 in other compensation.

2010

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$180,000
Salary$282,981
Stock Awards$3,154,067
Other$72,924
Total$3,689,972

In 2010, Clayton G. Deutsch earned a total compensation of $3,689,972 as CEO and President at Boston Private Financial Holdings.

Deutsch received $3,154,067 in stock awards, which accounts for 85.48% of total compensation.

Deutsch also received $180,000 in non-equity incentive plan, $282,981 in salary and $72,924 in other compensation.