Top executives at Regal Entertainment Group all got 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 up $50,000 to $800,000, but mostly had a great compensation year thanks to $1.2 million in a non-equity incentive pay-out.
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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.