Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 4.14.22

Altria (MO)

The tobacco giant released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

CEO William F. Gifford Jr. received a total pay package of $12.6 million. He received a base salary of $1.3 million, $6 million in stock awards and $5.4 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 51 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 19.

Apple Hospitality REIT (APLE)

The hotel-focused real estate investment trust released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

CEO Justin Knight received a total pay package of $6 million. He received a base salary of $557,500, $3.6 million in stock awards and $1.9 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 39 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 13.

Brink’s (BCO)

The armored car giant released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO Douglas Pertz received a total pay package of $11.4 million. He received a base salary of $1 million, $8.9 million in stock awards and $1.7 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 52 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 6.

CarLotz (LOTZ)
The used car consignment company continues to shake up its ranks with the pending appointment of Ozan Kaya as president and Eugene Kovshilovsky as chief technology officer. The company also reported that COO John Foley and current CTO Dan Valerian will be departing this month. Kaya will start effective April 25 and was previously CFO and COO of online retailer ShopRunner and Kapow, an online event organizer. He’ll receive a base salary of $400,000. Kovshilovsky will start April 17 and was most recently a senior vice president at CarParts.com. Both Kaya and Kovshilovsky will report to incoming-CEO Lev Peker.
As part of his departure on April 8, Foley agreed to release any potential claims he may have against CarLotz, forfeited for no consideration 15 percent of his vested company stock options, and agreed to be bound by a two-year lock-up of his remaining stock and equity awards. In exchange the company agreed that he may serve as COO of online automobile retailer Gettacar, so long as it does not engage in vehicle consignment.

CarMax (KMX)

The used car retailer filed its fourth quarter earnings report for the period that ended Feb. 28. The company reported net revenues of $7.7 billion for the period. Net earnings were $159.8 million in the fourth quarter.

The company also reported net revenues of $31.9 billion for the fiscal year that ended Feb. 28. Net earnings for the year were $1.2 billion.

Hamilton Beach Brands (HBB)

The electrical products supplier released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO Gregory Trepp received a total pay package of $2.7 million. He received a base salary of $790,000, $734,000 in stock awards and $1.2 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 44 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 17.

Markel (MKL)

The insurance underwriter released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

Co-CEO Thomas S. Gayner received a total pay package of $4.6 million. He received a base salary of $1 million, $2.4 million in stock awards and $1.2 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 28 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 11.

Steven Markel sold 3,000 shares at about $1,488 per share for a total of about $4.5 million. Markel directly owns about 74,600 shares of common stock.

Medalist Diversified REIT (MDRR)

The commercial real estate-focused REIT announced last week it has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Salisbury Marketplace, a roughly 80,000-square-foot shopping center in Salisbury, North Carolina, for $10 million. See full announcement here.

Owens & Minor (OMI)

The health care logistics company released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO Edward A. Pesicka received a total pay package of $7.7 million. He received a base salary of $912,000, $4.4 million in stock awards and $2.4 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 41 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held April 29.

Performance Food Group (PFGC)

Executive Vice President Patrick T. Hagerty sold 500 shares at about $51 per share for a total of $25,500. Hagerty directly owns about 148,300 shares of common stock.

Tredegar (TG)

The plastic and aluminum parts manufacturer released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO John M. Steitz received a total pay package of $3.7 million. He received a base salary of $869,000, $502,600 in stock awards and $2.3 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 37 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 5.

Altria (MO)

The tobacco giant released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

CEO William F. Gifford Jr. received a total pay package of $12.6 million. He received a base salary of $1.3 million, $6 million in stock awards and $5.4 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 51 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 19.

Apple Hospitality REIT (APLE)

The hotel-focused real estate investment trust released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

CEO Justin Knight received a total pay package of $6 million. He received a base salary of $557,500, $3.6 million in stock awards and $1.9 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 39 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 13.

Brink’s (BCO)

The armored car giant released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO Douglas Pertz received a total pay package of $11.4 million. He received a base salary of $1 million, $8.9 million in stock awards and $1.7 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 52 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 6.

CarLotz (LOTZ)
The used car consignment company continues to shake up its ranks with the pending appointment of Ozan Kaya as president and Eugene Kovshilovsky as chief technology officer. The company also reported that COO John Foley and current CTO Dan Valerian will be departing this month. Kaya will start effective April 25 and was previously CFO and COO of online retailer ShopRunner and Kapow, an online event organizer. He’ll receive a base salary of $400,000. Kovshilovsky will start April 17 and was most recently a senior vice president at CarParts.com. Both Kaya and Kovshilovsky will report to incoming-CEO Lev Peker.
As part of his departure on April 8, Foley agreed to release any potential claims he may have against CarLotz, forfeited for no consideration 15 percent of his vested company stock options, and agreed to be bound by a two-year lock-up of his remaining stock and equity awards. In exchange the company agreed that he may serve as COO of online automobile retailer Gettacar, so long as it does not engage in vehicle consignment.

CarMax (KMX)

The used car retailer filed its fourth quarter earnings report for the period that ended Feb. 28. The company reported net revenues of $7.7 billion for the period. Net earnings were $159.8 million in the fourth quarter.

The company also reported net revenues of $31.9 billion for the fiscal year that ended Feb. 28. Net earnings for the year were $1.2 billion.

Hamilton Beach Brands (HBB)

The electrical products supplier released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO Gregory Trepp received a total pay package of $2.7 million. He received a base salary of $790,000, $734,000 in stock awards and $1.2 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 44 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 17.

Markel (MKL)

The insurance underwriter released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

Co-CEO Thomas S. Gayner received a total pay package of $4.6 million. He received a base salary of $1 million, $2.4 million in stock awards and $1.2 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 28 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 11.

Steven Markel sold 3,000 shares at about $1,488 per share for a total of about $4.5 million. Markel directly owns about 74,600 shares of common stock.

Medalist Diversified REIT (MDRR)

The commercial real estate-focused REIT announced last week it has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Salisbury Marketplace, a roughly 80,000-square-foot shopping center in Salisbury, North Carolina, for $10 million. See full announcement here.

Owens & Minor (OMI)

The health care logistics company released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO Edward A. Pesicka received a total pay package of $7.7 million. He received a base salary of $912,000, $4.4 million in stock awards and $2.4 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 41 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held April 29.

Performance Food Group (PFGC)

Executive Vice President Patrick T. Hagerty sold 500 shares at about $51 per share for a total of $25,500. Hagerty directly owns about 148,300 shares of common stock.

Tredegar (TG)

The plastic and aluminum parts manufacturer released its latest proxy statement, disclosing compensation packages paid last year to its top executives.

President and CEO John M. Steitz received a total pay package of $3.7 million. He received a base salary of $869,000, $502,600 in stock awards and $2.3 million in other incentives.

Click here and see page 37 for the full compensation table.

The proxy also announced the date of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, to be held May 5.

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