Here's What LPL's CEO Made in 2014 -- and Why He Got a Pay Cut

Paikert, Charles
March 2015
Financial-planning.com;3/20/2015, p2
The article reports on the decision of the compensation committee of financial services company, LPL Financial, to cut the bonus payment of chief executive officer Mark Casady by 40 percent in 2014. Topics discussed include the poor financial performance of the company, comparison of the total compensation received by Casady between 2013 and 2014, and the incentives given by the company to Casady.


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