Health Insurer Executive Pay in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

State regulators require insurers to disclose executive pay as part of extensive annual financial filings used to monitor the companies’ financial condition, but the rules allow the insurers to report pay on a consolidated basis for all companies that are part of a group or to split pay for individual executives among various regulated entities.The totals below are consolidated. For publicly traded companies, the totals include stock grants and stock options. For all companies, the totals include sign-on payments, severance, and benefits. Titles are generally for the reporting entities. The table, which covers 2017, can be sorted by clicking on any column header and search by year and company.

Note: The following abbreviations of titles are used: /f former, AT Assistant treasurer, AVP Assistant VP, CEO chief executive, CFO Chief financial officer, Ch Chairman, CIO Chief information officer, CLO Chief legal officer, COO Chief operating officer, CTO Chief technology officer, Dir. Director, EVP Executive vice president, F Finance, GC General counsel, NA Title not given, P President, PEO Principal executive officer, S Secretary, SVP Senior vice president, T Treasurer, VP Vice president.
Source: N.J. Dept. of Banking and Insurance and Pa. Insurance Dept.
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