Avalara’s recent filing with the SEC shows McFarlane received $2.28 million last year, down from $2.35 million in 2017. His option awards dropped to $1.1 million for 2018, down 31.3 percent from $1.6 million the prior year. However, he recovered some ground as his non-equity executive income nearly doubled to $656,550 from $328,948 from year to year. Ingram’s situation was the same with option awards falling to $311,716 last year, off 43.9 percent from $555,552. Similarly, his NEIC amount rose to $282,942, up 72.3 percent from $163,904. The only other named executive, general counsel Alesia Pinney had total 2018 compensation of $797,313. Although this is the first proxy filing with salaries for the company since it went public, Pinney's previous compensation was not shown, so presumably she was not considered a named prior in 2017.Last modified on Friday, 03 May 2019
TWO AVALARA EXECS’ COMP DOWN Featured
Compensation for two top executives at Avalara dropped in 2018 because of a decline in option awards. Total income for CEO Scott McFarlane fell by 3.1 percent while for CFO William Ingram it declined by 11.9 percent from 2017 levels.