Survey reveals pay gap between public and private CFOs

07/26/2010 | CFO.com

Public companies pay their CFOs an average of about $80,000 more per year than privately held firms, according to a survey from the Financial Executives Research Foundation. The spread grows to more than $300,000 on average when benefits such as stock options and retirement plants are factored in, the organization said. Public company CFOs are also more likely to have employment contracts, the survey found.

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