Robert L. Steer

Seaboard

Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Overview

Robert L. Steer received an average compensation of $3,660,604 at Seaboard from 2015 to 2018.

Annual data

2018

Bonus$1,150,000
Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$781,640
Salary$810,000
Other$133,395
Total$2,875,035

In 2018, Robert L. Steer earned a total compensation of $2,875,035 as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer at Seaboard.

Steer received $1,150,000 in bonus, which accounts for 40.00% of total compensation.

Steer also received $781,640 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $810,000 in salary and $133,395 in other compensation.

2017

Bonus$1,450,000
Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$1,544,793
Salary$786,000
Other$224,439
Total$4,005,232

In 2017, Robert L. Steer earned a total compensation of $4,005,232 as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer at Seaboard.

Steer received $1,544,793 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, which accounts for 38.57% of total compensation.

Steer also received $1,450,000 in bonus, $786,000 in salary and $224,439 in other compensation.

2016

Bonus$1,350,000
Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$2,847,061
Salary$763,000
Other$147,851
Total$5,107,912

In 2016, Robert L. Steer earned a total compensation of $5,107,912 as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer at Seaboard.

Steer received $2,847,061 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, which accounts for 55.74% of total compensation.

Steer also received $1,350,000 in bonus, $763,000 in salary and $147,851 in other compensation.

2015

Bonus$1,050,000
Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$683,813
Salary$741,000
Other$179,425
Total$2,654,238

In 2015, Robert L. Steer earned a total compensation of $2,654,238 as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer at Seaboard.

Steer received $1,050,000 in bonus, which accounts for 39.56% of total compensation.

Steer also received $683,813 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $741,000 in salary and $179,425 in other compensation.