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Incentivizing Invitations Attract Incoming CFOs

November 2019
Mickey Matthews
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Mickey Matthews Comments on the “Golden Handcuffs” at GE

The new chief financial officer at GE has an $8 million incentive to stay for at least four years, according to The Wall Street Journal.  And according to Mickey Matthews, International Chairman of Stanton Chase, this is no longer a rare occurrence. In fact, he says, “This trend is incentivizing companies to offer more attractive packages to incoming finance chiefs.”

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