A 20-year FedEx veteran, Rob Carter is not only a tech leader, but also a member of FedEx’s five-person executive committee, which plans and executes the company’s strategic business activities.
Carter’s 2013 pay package, worth $4.8 million, included his $762,960 salary, $2 million bonus, equity awards valued at $1.3 million, $282,935 attributed to a change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, and $409,256 in perks and other compensation. Among the perks Carter received are personal use of company aircraft ($1,956), security services and equipment ($15,562), tax preparation services ($5,700), and financial counseling services ($7,500). His “other compensation” also included a $364,509 tax reimbursement payment. Carter’s 2013 compensation is down 18 percent compared to 2012, when he received $5.8 million.