George P. Scanlon

Fidelity National Financial

Former Chief Executive Officer

Overview

George P. Scanlon made an average of $8M in compensation at Fidelity National Financial from 2010 to 2013.

Annual data

2013

In 2013, George P. Scanlon earned a total compensation of $12.9M as Former Chief Executive Officer at Fidelity National Financial.

Ranking235 out of 12,009
Percentile98.0%

George P. Scanlon's 2013 compensation ranked 235th out of 12,009 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Scanlon earned more than 98.0% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupTitle Insurance
Ranking3 out of 17
Percentile82.4%

In the industry group of Title Insurance, Scanlon's pay ranked 3rd out of 17 executive pay records tracked by us in 2013.

Scanlon earned more than 82.4% of executives in this group.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$4,061,134
Option Awards$29,979
Salary$752,588
Stock Awards$70,004
Other$8,031,553
Total$12,945,255

Scanlon received $8M in other compensation, which accounts for 62.04% of total compensation.

Scanlon also received $4.1M in non-equity incentive plan, $30K in option awards, $752.6K in salary and $70K in stock awards.

2012

In 2012, George P. Scanlon earned a total compensation of $6.7M as Former Chief Executive Officer at Fidelity National Financial.

Ranking804 out of 11,067
Percentile92.7%

George P. Scanlon's 2012 compensation ranked 804th out of 11,067 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Scanlon earned more than 92.7% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupTitle Insurance
Ranking3 out of 15
Percentile80.0%

In the industry group of Title Insurance, Scanlon's pay ranked 3rd out of 15 executive pay records tracked by us in 2012.

Scanlon earned more than 80.0% of executives in this group.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$2,220,000
Option Awards$581,249
Salary$693,141
Stock Awards$2,999,997
Other$245,488
Total$6,739,875

Scanlon received $3M in stock awards, which accounts for 44.51% of total compensation.

Scanlon also received $2.2M in non-equity incentive plan, $581.2K in option awards, $693.1K in salary and $245.5K in other compensation.

2011

In 2011, George P. Scanlon earned a total compensation of $8.6M as Former Chief Executive Officer at Fidelity National Financial.

Ranking470 out of 10,164
Percentile95.4%

George P. Scanlon's 2011 compensation ranked 470th out of 10,164 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Scanlon earned more than 95.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupTitle Insurance
Ranking2 out of 13
Percentile84.6%

In the industry group of Title Insurance, Scanlon's pay ranked 2nd out of 13 executive pay records tracked by us in 2011.

Scanlon earned more than 84.6% of executives in this group.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$4,955,625
Salary$600,000
Stock Awards$2,867,941
Other$207,900
Total$8,631,466

Scanlon received $5M in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 57.41% of total compensation.

Scanlon also received $600K in salary, $2.9M in stock awards and $207.9K in other compensation.

2010

In 2010, George P. Scanlon earned a total compensation of $3.7M as Chief Executive Officer at Fidelity National Financial.

Ranking1,468 out of 9,654
Percentile84.8%

George P. Scanlon's 2010 compensation ranked 1,468th out of 9,654 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Scanlon earned more than 84.8% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupTitle Insurance
Ranking4 out of 11
Percentile63.6%

In the industry group of Title Insurance, Scanlon's pay ranked 4th out of 11 executive pay records tracked by us in 2010.

Scanlon earned more than 63.6% of executives in this group.

Bonus$75,000
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$782,064
Option Awards$459,247
Salary$308,333
Stock Awards$2,076,976
Other$18,871
Total$3,720,491

Scanlon received $2.1M in stock awards, which accounts for 55.83% of total compensation.

Scanlon also received $75K in bonus, $782.1K in non-equity incentive plan, $459.2K in option awards, $308.3K in salary and $18.9K in other compensation.

Fidelity National Information Services

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Annual data

2008

In 2008, George P. Scanlon earned a total compensation of $1.4M as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Fidelity National Information Services.

Ranking3,199 out of 7,933
Percentile59.7%

George P. Scanlon's 2008 compensation ranked 3,199th out of 7,933 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Scanlon earned more than 59.7% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupMiscellaneous Business Services
Ranking74 out of 176
Percentile58.0%

In the industry group of Miscellaneous Business Services, Scanlon's pay ranked 74th out of 176 executive pay records tracked by us in 2008.

Scanlon earned more than 58.0% of executives in this group.

Bonus$75,000
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$467,415
Option Awards$329,135
Salary$374,580
Stock Awards$55,781
Other$48,126
Total$1,350,037

Scanlon received $467.4K in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 34.62% of total compensation.

Scanlon also received $75K in bonus, $329.1K in option awards, $374.6K in salary, $55.8K in stock awards and $48.1K in other compensation.