Olin Chairman John Fischer's 2020 pay rises 12% to $8M
Olin reports 2020 executive compensation
By ExecPay News
Published: March 3, 2021
Olin reported fiscal year 2020 executive compensation information on March 3, 2021.
In 2020, six Olin executives received on average a compensation package of $3.3M, a 12% increase compared to previous year.
John E. Fischer, Chairman, received $8M in total, which increased by 12% compared to 2019. 44% of Fischer's compensation, or $3.5M, was in stock awards. Fischer also received $23K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $449K in non-equity incentive plan, $2.7M in option awards, $1.2M in salary, as well as $147K in other compensation.
Pat D. Dawson, Executive Vice President and President, Epoxy & International, received a compensation package of $3M, which increased by 2% compared to previous year. 31% of the compensation package, or $934K, was in stock awards.
James A. Varilek, Chief Operating Officer, earned $2.5M in 2020, a 2% decrease compared to previous year.
Brett A. Flaugher, Vice President and President, Winchester, received $2.3M in 2020, which increases by 115% compared to 2019.
Todd A. Slater, Chief Financial Officer, earned $2.2M in 2020, a 8% increase compared to previous year.
Scott M. Sutton, Chief Executive Officer, received $1.6M in 2020.