Cabot CEO Sean Keohane receives $6.8M in 2018

Cabot reports 2018 executive compensation

By ExecPay News

Published: January 25, 2019

Cabot reported fiscal year 2018 executive compensation information on January 25, 2019.
In 2018, six Cabot executives received on average a compensation package of $2.7M, a 45% increase compared to previous year.
Average pay of disclosed executives at Cabot
Sean D. Keohane, Chief Executive Officer, received $6.8M in total. 38.37% of Keohane's compensation, or $2.6M, was in stock awards. Keohane also received $2K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1.6M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.4M in option awards, $937.5K in salary, as well as $270.6K in other compensation.
Eduardo E. Cordeiro, Chief Financial Officer, received a compensation package of $2.5M, which increased by 13% compared to previous year. 25.67% of the compensation package, or $650K, was in stock awards.
Nicholas S. Cross, Former Executive Vice President and President, Performance Chemicals Segment, and President, EMEA Region, earned $2M in 2018, a 3% increase compared to previous year.
Brian A. Berube, General Counsel, received $1.7M in 2018, which increases by 5% compared to 2017.
Hobart C. Kalkstein, Senior Vice President and President, Reinforcement Materials Segment, and President, Americas Region, earned $1.7M in 2018, a 14% increase compared to previous year.
Erica McLaughlin, Chief Financial Officer, received $1.2M in 2018.
Cabot's fiscal year ends on September 30.

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Erica McLaughlin

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Nicholas Cross

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Brian Berube

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Hobart Kalkstein

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Source: SEC filing on January 25, 2019.