Robert W. Martin

Thor Industries

President and Chief Executive Officer

Overview

Robert W. Martin received an average compensation of $10,227,941 at Thor Industries from 2014 to 2018.

Annual data

2018

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$9,495,435
Salary$750,000
Stock Awards$4,747,718
Total$14,993,153

In 2018, Robert W. Martin earned a total compensation of $14,993,153 as President and Chief Executive Officer at Thor Industries.

Martin received $9,495,435 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 63.33% of total compensation.

Martin also received $750,000 in salary and $4,747,718 in stock awards.

2017

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$8,147,650
Salary$750,000
Stock Awards$4,371,035
Total$13,268,685

In 2017, Robert W. Martin earned a total compensation of $13,268,685 as President and Chief Executive Officer at Thor Industries.

Martin received $8,147,650 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 61.41% of total compensation.

Martin also received $750,000 in salary and $4,371,035 in stock awards.

2016

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$6,665,681
Salary$750,000
Stock Awards$1,904,480
Total$9,320,161

In 2016, Robert W. Martin earned a total compensation of $9,320,161 as President and Chief Executive Officer at Thor Industries.

Martin received $6,665,681 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 71.52% of total compensation.

Martin also received $750,000 in salary and $1,904,480 in stock awards.

2015

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$5,041,822
Salary$750,000
Stock Awards$1,440,520
Total$7,232,342

In 2015, Robert W. Martin earned a total compensation of $7,232,342 as President and Chief Executive Officer at Thor Industries.

Martin received $5,041,822 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 69.71% of total compensation.

Martin also received $750,000 in salary and $1,440,520 in stock awards.

2014

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$4,336,396
Salary$750,000
Stock Awards$1,238,970
Total$6,325,366

In 2014, Robert W. Martin earned a total compensation of $6,325,366 as President and Chief Executive Officer at Thor Industries.

Martin received $4,336,396 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 68.56% of total compensation.

Martin also received $750,000 in salary and $1,238,970 in stock awards.