by Lance Turner
Posted 3/21/2013 03:14 pm
Updated 1 year ago
J. Thomas May, chairman and CEO of Simmons First National Bank Corp. of Pine Bluff, made more than $1.1 million in compensation in 2012, according to the financial holding company's proxy, filed on Monday.
May, who plans to retire from the publicly traded firm on Dec. 31, received a salary of $498,500, stock awards of $165,016, non-equity incentive plan compensation of $387,895 and other compensation of $50,098 in 2012. His base salary increased from $488,625 in 2011.
Other executives and their compensation:
- Robert Fehlman, CFO, received a salary of $265,500 and total compensation of $491,353.
- David Bartlett, president and chief banking officer, received a salary of $340,000 and total compensation of $634,988.
- Marty Casteel, executive vice president of administration, received a salary of $265,500 and total salary of $537,789.
- Robert Dill, executive vice president, received a salary of $190,000 and total compensation of $300,720.
The company has scheduled its annual meeting for 6:30 p.m. April 16 at the Pine Bluff Convention Center. Shareholders will vote whether to choose BKD LLP as the company's independent auditor.