Board and CEO Compensation and Governance 2015 – San Diego Biotech
The Board Director and CEO Compensation and Governance 2015 Report was a study of the Biotechnology Cluster of San Diego and 44 of the prominent publicly listed companies. San Diego is a very fertile environment for biotechnology innovation, much of which originates from many of the small and medium size biotechnology companies who sit alongside academic and research institutions.
Who should download the report?
- Chairman of Private and Public Biotech Companies
- Chair or Members of Board Committees (Compensation and Nomination)
- CEO of Private and Public Biotech Companies
- Non-Executive Board Directors
- C-Suite Executives Evaluating Board Opportunities
Reasons to Buy the Report:Intelligence on Board Director and CEO compensation in public biotechnology companies in San Diego.
Conduct Peer-Group benchmarking by Market Cap.
Benchmark the competitiveness of compensation with San Diego, a major life science cluster.
Review compensation trends of CEO pay over a 3 year period (2012-2014).
Gain competitive insight to the remuneration structures and policies of your Board of Directors and respective Committees.
Insight to the composition of the Board of Directors and Board Committees.
Benchmark your board of directors on factors of; compensation, diversity, age, education, tenure and refreshment.
Evaluate the gender diversity of the 44 public company board of directors and CEOs in the study.
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Contents of 2015 Report: Board Director and CEO Compensation and Governance (San Diego Biotechnology Cluster)
Total Report: 31 Pages
1.1 About the report
2.0 Board and Executive Compensation
2.1 CEO compensation
2.2 Board Director compensation
3.0 Board Composition
3.1 Board size
3.2 Gender composition
3.3 Age composition
3.4 Board tenure
3.5 Board educational level
3.6 Board independence
3.7 Board refreshment
References and endnotes
Charts, Tables and Graphs:
Fig.1.1 The distribution of IPO year
Fig.2.1 CEO basic salary ($) 2012-2014 by market cap
Fig.2.2 CEO basic salary ($) year-over-year change 2012-2014
Fig.2.3 CEO salary ($) 2012-2014 by market cap
Fig.2.4 2014 CEO salary ($) by market cap
Fig.2.5 CEO total compensation ($) 2012-2014
Fig.2.6 CEO total compensation ($) year-over-year percentage change 2012-2014
Fig.2.7 CEO total compensation ($) 2012-2014 by market cap
Fig.2.8 2014 CEO total compensation ($) by market cap
Fig.2.9 2014 Non-executive Director retainer fees by market cap ($)
Fig.2.10 2014 Board chair retainer fees ($) by market cap
Fig.2.11 2014 Comparison of committee chair retainer fees ($)
Fig.2.12 2014 Audit committee chair retainer fees ($)
Fig.2.13 2014 Audit committee retainer fees ($)
Fig.2.14 2014 Compensation chair retainer fees ($)
Fig.2.15 2014 Compensation committee retainer fees ($)
Fig.2.16 2014 Nomination committee chair retainer fees ($)
Fig.2.17 2014 Nomination committee retainer fees ($)
Fig.3.1 Average board director size ($)
Fig.3.2 Percentage of CEOs by gender
Fig.3.3 Percentage of directors by gender
Fig.3.4 Board committees gender diversity
Fig.3.5 Board director age average (mean)
Fig.3.6 Percentage of CEOs aged over 65 years old
Fig.3.7 Age composition by company board
Fig.3.8 Board director age distribution
Fig.3.9 Percentage of directors aged over 70
Fig.3.10 Average board director tenure (years)
Fig.3.11 CEO educational level (higher degrees)
Fig.3.12 Board directors educational level (higher degrees)
Fig.3.13 Percentage of combined Chairman and CEO role
Fig.3.14 Non-executive and executive directors as percentage of total board population
Fig.3.15 Board refreshment