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These Are Cisco’s Top 5 Highest-Paid Executives

A financially successful fiscal 2019 meant raises for Cisco's CFO and networking and security business manager.

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Chuck Robbins, Chairman, CEO

Robbins, 53, jumped head-first into the role of CEO in 2015, succeeding John Chambers, and was made chairman of the board in late 2017. The Cisco veteran served as channel chief before joining the C-suite.

Robbins’ salary for the 2019 fiscal year was $1.33 million, up from $1.23 million the prior year. Robbins also received cash awards totaling $5.79 million, a raise from the $4.99 million in cash he received in 2018. Robbins also received $18.58 million in stock awards and $132,715 in "other compensation" linked to a retirement fund and other plans, bringing his total compensation for the year to $25.83 million compared to $21.28 million the prior year.

In its proxy filing, Cisco said that under Robbins’ leadership the company saw record revenue in fiscal 2019 exceeding $50 billion for the first time. The company also said that Robbins has created a “high-performing leadership team, building upon his demand for increased innovation, a deep focus on cross-functional partnership, diversity, and exceptional results.”

 
 
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