Cabot CEO Sean Keohane's 2019 pay slips 1% to $6.7M
Cabot reports 2019 executive compensation
By ExecPay News
Published: January 24, 2020
Cabot reported fiscal year 2019 executive compensation information on January 24, 2020.
In 2019, six Cabot executives received on average a compensation package of $2.2M, a 18% decrease compared to previous year.
Sean D. Keohane, Chief Executive Officer, received $6.7M in total, which decreased by 1% compared to 2018. 43.79% of Keohane's compensation, or $2.9M, was in stock awards. Keohane also received $15.5K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $964.3K in non-equity incentive plan, $1.6M in option awards, $987.5K in salary, as well as $212.6K in other compensation.
For fiscal year 2019, the median employee pay was $68,660 at Cabot. Therefore, the ratio of Sean D. Keohane's pay to the median employee pay was 97 to one.
Hobart C. Kalkstein, Senior Vice President, President, Reinforcement Materials Segment, and President, Americas Region, received a compensation package of $1.6M, which decreased by 8% compared to previous year. 32.89% of the compensation package, or $520K, was in stock awards.
Erica McLaughlin, Chief Financial Officer, earned $1.6M in 2019, a 27% increase compared to previous year.
John R. Doubman, Former Senior Vice President and President, Performance Additives, received $1.3M in 2019.
Brian A. Berube, General Counsel, earned $1.3M in 2019, a 25% decrease compared to previous year.
Karen A. Kalita, General Counsel, received $737.6K in 2019.
Cabot's fiscal year ends on September 30.
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