Werner Widmann

2009

In 2009, Werner Widmann earned a total compensation of $4.1M as President, Multek at Flextronics International, a 48% increase compared to previous year.

Compensation breakdown

Bonus$318,131
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$266,497
Option Awards$2,061,600
Salary$486,837
Stock Awards$898,400
Other$23,200
Total$4,054,665

Widmann received $2.1M in option awards, accounting for 51% of the total pay in 2009.

Widmann also received $318.1K in bonus, $266.5K in non-equity incentive plan, $486.8K in salary, $898.4K in stock awards and $23.2K in other compensation.

Rankings

In 2009, Werner Widmann's compensation ranked 1,004th out of 9,885 executives tracked by ExecPay. In other words, Widmann earned more than 89.8% of executives.

ClassificationRankingPercentile
All
1,004
out of 9,885
90th
Division
Manufacturing
353
out of 3,708
91st
Major group
Electronic And Other Electrical Equipment And Components, Except Computer Equipment
43
out of 612
93rd
Industry group
Electronic Components And Accessories
26
out of 363
93rd
Industry
Printed Circuit Boards
6
out of 46
87th
Source: SEC filing on June 6, 2011.

Widmann's colleagues

We found six more compensation records of executives who worked with Werner Widmann at Flextronics International in 2009.

2009

Michael McNamara

Flextronics International

Chief Executive Officer

2009

Paul Read

Flextronics International

Chief Financial Officer

2009

Michael Clarke

Flextronics International

President, Infrastructure

2009

Thomas Smach

Flextronics International

Chief Financial Officer

2009

Sean Burke

Flextronics International

President, Computing

2009

Carrie Schiff

Flextronics International

General Counsel

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