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The 40 Most Highly Compensated Channel Lieutenants In 2015

The 40 highest-paid VPs and C-Suite execs from publicly traded solution providers and distributors raked in nearly $149 million of compensation last year. Which lieutenant made the most money?

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How Much Do Your VPs and C-Suite Execs Make?

The 40 highest-paid vice presidents and c-suite executives (other than CEOs) from publicly traded distributors and channel partners in the top 100 of CRN's 2016 Solution Provider 500 rankings raked in nearly $149 million of compensation last year. But only 17 percent – or $25.3 million – of that came in the form of salary.

Nearly 46 percent, or $68.1 million, of the lieutenants' total compensation came from stock awards, while an additional 12 percent, or $18.2 million, came from option awards. Bonuses made up an additional 19 percent, or $28.4 million, of the compensation package.

Publicly-traded companies based in the United States are required to disclose the compensation of all named executive officers to the Securities and Exchange Commission before the annual shareholder meeting.

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