The way corporate venture capital investors are compensated differs from the structure for traditional VCs. In the corporate venture capital world, bonuses are typically paid in cash and other incentives are often paid partly in the form of corporate stock. But what's the cash value of those corporate stocks? And how are they awarded?
J. Thelander Consulting has the answers to those questions, plus more information on how CVC investors are compensated on top of base pay. The information comes from surveys conducted by the firm.
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Here are three highlights from the most recent CVC compensation report. All data is global and from 2017:
Incentives in addition to base pay and cash bonus
Cash value of the corporate share distribution
The way corporate shares are awarded
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