Dana Holding reports 2018 executive compensation

CEO James K. Kamsickas receives $10.3M

Dana Holding reported fiscal year 2018 executive compensation information on March 14, 2019.

In 2018, five executives at Dana Holding received on average a compensation package of $4,358,295, a 3% decrease compared to previous year.

Average pay of disclosed executives at Dana Holding

James K. Kamsickas, Chief Executive Officer, received $10,349,940 in total, which decreased by 5% compared to 2017. 70.53% of Kamsickas' compensation, or $7,299,357, was in stock awards. Kamsickas also received $1,339,898 in non-equity incentive plan, $1,146,950 in salary, as well as $563,735 in other compensation.

Aziz S. Aghili, Executive Vice President and President, Drive and Motion Technologies, received a compensation package of $3,707,684, which increased by 15% compared to previous year. 43.45% of the compensation package, or $1,610,823, was in other compensation.

Jonathan M. Collins, Chief Financial Officer, earned $3,085,887 in 2018, which is about the same as previous year.

Mark E. Wallace, Executive Vice President and President, Commercial Vehicle Driveline Technologies and Aftermarket, received $2,622,159 in 2018, which decreases by 11% compared to 2017.

Robert D. Pyle, President, Light Vehicle Driveline Technologies, earned $2,025,806 in 2018, a 11% decrease compared to previous year.