PwC compensation studies

Your contact person

Axel Schütte

Axel Schütte
Senior Manager, PwC Germany
Tel.: +49 69 9585-3791

Compensation of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board

PwC regularly conducts studies on the compensation of members of the Executive and Supervisory Board. Our analyses are based, on the one hand, on the published information of the compensation of Board members of listed companies in the Dax family (currently 160) and, on the other hand, on the compensation of the Executive Board of companies in the private and municipal sectors.

You can also find our current study results on the compensation of the Management Board and Supervisory Board of listed companies in the DAX family in a dynamic Power BI solution for detailed analysis.

PwC Online Compensation Study

PwC Online
compensation study 2020

Development and trends of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board compensation of 2014 to 2018.

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Next Expert-Session for companies from the Dax family 2020

For the study on Executive Board and Supervisory Board compensation, we invite you to an annual expert session in Frankfurt am Main. If you are already interested in the event, you can directly register here. We will then send you a personal invitation as soon as the details of the event for 2020 are known.

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Compensation studies for private (non-listed) and municipal companies

Compensation in private companies 2019. Executive Board and Management

In the first half of 2019, PwC collected detailed compensation information from more than 600 members of the Board of Executives and Management of mid-sized companies in Germany as part of an online survey.

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Compensation in municipal companies 2018

In the third quarter of 2018, PwC surveyed more than 2,000 members of the Executive Boards and Management of municipal companies online about their current compensation. For this specific sector, more than 270 highly current and individual data for the compensation year 2018 were collected.

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„After it has been possible to observe predominantly rising total remuneration in recent years, driven by a long-lasting strong economy, there are clearly divergent developments in both the remuneration of the Management Board and the Supervisory Board for 2018.“

Petra Raspels, Head of People & Organisation at PwC Germany

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Petra Raspels

Petra Raspels

Head of People & Organisation

Tel: +49 211 981-7680

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