The Executives Database contains information on over 150,000 corporate officers at public and private companies. Compensation information is available for executives at publicly listed companies dating back to the year 2000. You can interact with this site in a variety of ways to research trends in compensation, employment history, and a bunch of other metrics that we continue to regularly update.
Where does this information come from?
The information in this database comes from a variety of sources, including public company SEC filings, Crunchbase, and user edits. Compensation information is presented for executives at publicly traded companies and is publicly available information. Public companies are required to disclose this information in Annual Proxy Statements (DEF-14A) or annual and quarterly financial statements (Form 10-K and 10-Q) filed with the SEC. These documents also offer information about the criteria used to determine executive compensation and the relationship between the company’s executive compensation practices and its corporate performance. These financial statements can be found on the SEC website or on a company’s Investor Relations webpage.
Who is in the database?
This database contains information on executives in public and private companies across a variety of industries. Executives with compensation information are corporate officers of publicly traded companies; in its Annual Proxy Statement, every public company is required to disclose the compensation of its chief executive officer, chief financial officer, and the next three highest compensated executives.