The exhibition company gave Tim Warner — who had overseen Cinemark‘s expansion in Latin America — a nice raise in February 2012, when he took the top job following the retirement of Alan Stock. The CEO’s new package included $700,000 salary, $2.1M in stock awards, $933,310 in non-equity compensation, and $207,655 in other compensation, according to the proxy filed at the SEC today. Stock ended up with $1.6M, mostly consisting of a $1.3M consulting fee. Warner’s compensation equals 1.7 times the median for Cinemark’s four other highest-paid current executives — well below the threshold that causes concern for corporate governance watchdogs. Company shares appreciated 36.7% last year.
Cinemark CEO Tim Warner Made $4M In 2012, +163% Following Promotion
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