Stanley Black & Decker CEO James Loree's 2018 pay slips 16% to $13.6M
Stanley Black & Decker reports 2018 executive compensation
Published: March 6, 2019
Stanley Black & Decker reported fiscal year 2018 executive compensation information on March 6, 2019.
In 2018, five executives at Stanley Black & Decker received on average a compensation package of $5.5M, a 9% decrease compared to previous year.Average pay of disclosed executives at Stanley Black & Decker
James M. Loree, Chief Executive Officer, received $13.6M in total, which decreased by 16% compared to 2017. 44.31% of Loree's compensation, or $6M, was in stock awards. Loree also received $2M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1.8M in non-equity incentive plan, $2M in option awards, $1.3M in salary, as well as $484.1K in other compensation.
Jeffery D. Ansell, Executive Vice President and President, Tools & Storage, received a compensation package of $4.1M, which decreased by 8% compared to previous year. 43.47% of the compensation package, or $1.8M, was in stock awards.
Donald Allan, Jr, Chief Financial Officer, earned $4M in 2018, a 6% decrease compared to previous year.
John H. Wyatt, President, Stanley Engineered Fastening, received $2.8M in 2018, which decreases by 38% compared to 2017.
Jaime A. Ramirez, Senior Vice President and President, Global Emerging Markets, earned $2.8M in 2018, a 17% increase compared to previous year.
Stanley Black & Decker's fiscal year ends on December 29.