Regal CEO Amy Miles Compensation Up 31 Percent in 2012
Following a strong financial year, Regal executives were rewarded under the company's incentive program.
Top executives at Regal Entertainment Group all received pay increases in 2012.
Regal CEO Amy Miles led the way with $4,454,225 in total compensation, up nearly 31 percent from the previous year. She benefited from a salary increase of $50,000 to $800,000, but mostly had a great year thanks to $1.2 million in a non-equity incentive payout.
CFO David Ownby's overall compensation was up from $1,226,599 in 2011 to $1,584,353 in 2012. His increases came in roughly equal measure from salary, stock awards and under the company's non-equity incentive plan.
COO Gregory Dunn took home $2,282,648, up about half a million from the previous year. He, too, benefited from a strong increase in the non-equity incentive plan.
Peter Brandow, the company's general counsel, earned $1,576,736 in total compensation.
Regal's stock was up more than 20 percent last year.
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