Valvoline CEO Samuel Mitchell's 2018 pay jumps 25% to $4.4M
Valvoline reports 2018 executive compensation
Published: December 17, 2018
Valvoline reported fiscal year 2018 executive compensation information on December 17, 2018.
In 2018, six Valvoline executives received on average a compensation package of $1.6M, a 14% decrease compared to previous year.Average pay of disclosed executives at Valvoline
Samuel J. Mitchell Jr, Chief Executive Officer, received $4.4M in total, which increased by 25% compared to 2017. 46.57% of Mitchell's compensation, or $2.1M, was in stock awards. Mitchell also received $536.8K in non-equity incentive plan, $712.5K in option awards, $950K in salary, as well as $171.4K in other compensation.
Mary E. Meixelsperger, Chief Financial Officer, received a compensation package of $1.6M, which decreased by 30% compared to previous year. 34.11% of the compensation package, or $543.9K, was in stock awards.
Julie M. O'Daniel, Chief Legal Officer, earned $1M in 2018, a 19% decrease compared to previous year.
Victor T. Rios, Former Chief Information Officer and Chief Digital Officer, received $836.7K in 2018.
Anthony R. Puckett, Senior Vice President and President, Quick Lubes, earned $810.1K in 2018, a 20% decrease compared to previous year.
Craig A. Moughler, Senior Vice President, International & Product Supply, received $751.9K in 2018, which decreases by 28% compared to 2017.
Valvoline's fiscal year ends on September 30.