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DEF 14A
PENSKE AUTOMOTIVE GROUP, INC. filed this Form DEF 14A on 03/16/2017
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2016 Director Compensation Table

Our directors serving in 2016 who are also our employees (Messrs. Kurnick, Penske and Sasaki) receive no additional compensation for serving as directors, though they are eligible for the charitable matching program noted above.

Name




Fees Earned or
Paid in Cash(1)




Stock
Awards(2)




All Other
Compensation


Total  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John D. Barr

  $ 45,000   $ 211,160   $ 36,594 (3) $ 292,754  

Michael R. Eisenson

    50,000     211,160     69,151 (4)   330,311  

William J. Lovejoy

  40,000   211,160   76,433 (5) 327,593  

Kimberly J. McWaters

    50,000     211,160     60,994 (6)   322,154  

Lucio A. Noto

  40,000   211,160   62,020 (7) 313,180  

Greg Penske

    40,000     211,160     0     251,160  

Sandra A. Pierce

  40,000   211,160   76,587 (8) 327,747  

Ronald G. Steinhart

    45,000     211,160     69,242 (9)   325,402  

H. Brian Thompson

  45,000   211,160   106,519 (10) 362,679  
    (1)
    Messrs. Eisenson, Lovejoy and Noto, Greg Penske and Ms. Pierce elected to receive equity in lieu of a cash retainer for 2016. Mr. Thompson elected to receive 50% of his retainer in equity in 2016.

    (2)
    These amounts represent the grant date fair value of awards computed in accordance with FASB ASC Topic 718 in connection with stock awards granted under our 2015 Equity Incentive Plan, and excludes the amount of any equity compensation received in lieu of cash noted in footnote one.

    (3)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance. Mr. Barr had 30,849 deferred stock units outstanding at December 31, 2016.

    (4)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance and $50,000 in matching of charitable donations.

    (5)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects $26,433 for the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance and $50,000 in matching of charitable donations. Mr. Lovejoy had 61,420 deferred stock units outstanding at December 31, 2016.

    (6)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance and $37,600 in matching of charitable donations. Ms. McWaters had 25,455 deferred stock units outstanding at December 31, 2016.

    (7)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects $29,270 for the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance and $32,750 in matching of charitable donations. Mr. Noto had 45,806 deferred stock units outstanding at December 31, 2016.

    (8)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects $26,587 for the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance and $50,000 in matching of charitable donations. Ms. Pierce had 4,939 deferred stock units outstanding at December 31, 2016.

    (9)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance and $50,000 in matching of charitable donations.

    (10)
    "All Other Compensation" reflects $56,519 for the use of a Company vehicle and related insurance and $50,000 in matching of charitable donations.

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