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McKinstry Pay up 7.5 Percent in 2015

Nancy McKinstry, Wolters  Kluwer Compensation for Nancy McKinstry, CEO of Wolters Kluwer, was 7.5-percent higher for the year ended December 31 than in 2014. The pay figures are part of the remuneration report that is included in the publishing company's annual report, which was released last week.

Total compensation for McKinstry for 2015 was about $9.8 million at current exchange rates. The company gave the dollar translation for the base salary $1,288,060, but not for total compensation. She deferred 40 percent of that amount, or $515,224. Nearly 45 percent of her pay was from share-based payments under a long-term incentive program.

McKinstry is a member of the executive board of Wolters Kluwer. The only other member of that board is CFO Kevin Entricken, who assumed that position in May 2013.

His total compensation for 2015 was roughly $3.7 million, 58.7 percent higher than in the prior year. The company attributed that rise to a higher base compensation and the strengthening of the American dollar.

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