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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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Kelly Kramer, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Kramer, a seven-year Cisco vet and the company's CFO since 2015, had a career at GE for more than 15 years serving in several capacities, including CFO of the company's healthcare business prior to her appointment with Cisco.

In 2019, Kramer earned $850,000 in salary, an increase from $763,000 the year before. Kramer received cash awards of $2.11 million, up from $1.86 million last year. With $10.61 million versus $8.75 million in stock awards and $67,500 in "other compensation," Kramer's total compensation for the year was $13.63, up from $11.44 million in 2018.

In its proxy filing, Cisco hailed Kramer led the “ successful closure and integration of five acquisitions during fiscal 2019 led to product and financial goals being on target for the year and strong employee retention.” The company also said that Kramer “consistently and clearly articulates Cisco’s business model shifts, company strategy, and performance to shareholders with the intent of continued transparency and driving healthy understanding of our current and future expectations, challenges, and opportunities.”

 
 
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