Greenbrier reports 2018 executive compensation

CEO William A. Furman receives $7.5M

Greenbrier reported fiscal year 2018 executive compensation information on November 14, 2018.

In 2018, six Greenbrier executives received on average a compensation package of $2,714,646, a 4% decrease compared to previous year.

William A. Furman, Chief Executive Officer, received $7,473,644 in total, which increased by 20% compared to 2017. 64.09% of Furman's compensation, or $4,790,000, was in stock awards. Furman also received $1,419,516 in non-equity incentive plan, $950,000 in salary, as well as $314,128 in other compensation.

Mark J. Rittenbaum, Executive Vice President, received a compensation package of $2,283,025, which increased by 8% compared to previous year. 41.96% of the compensation package, or $958,000, was in stock awards.

Lorie L. Tekorius, Executive Vice President, earned $2,208,447 in 2018, a 25% increase compared to previous year.

Alejandro Centurion, Executive Vice President, received $1,663,877 in 2018, which decreases by 33% compared to 2017.

Brian J. Comstock, Executive Vice President, earned $1,618,069 in 2018.

Adrian J. Downes, Chief Financial Officer, received $1,040,816 in 2018.

Greenbrier's fiscal year ends on August 31.