A Ranking Of Ad Exec’s Biggest Perk Packages: Business Insider

A Ranking Of Ad Exec’s Biggest Perk Packages: Business Insider

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In a piece published by Business Insider today, writer Lara O'Reilly notes down some of the biggest adland perks in the industry. There's 13 in total, so head over to Business Insider for the rest.

While most advertising agency executives receive modest compensation packages compared to other industries, some of Adland’s top stars receive perks that hark back to the “Don Draper” era.

Our ranking of the biggest benefits packages among agency execs for 2016 includes private jet travel, family travel, accommodation, and big expenses allowances.

We’ve ranked the top 10 packages from least to most extravagant, using information from company annual reports and SEC documents. Of course that means that we may miss out the benefits packages of executives at private companies. But our ranking gives some indication as to which execs get the best perks (on top of their salaries and bonuses) in the business.

Michael Roth, CEO of Interpublic Group: A modest benefits package

In 2015, Roth received $22,736 in perquisites and other benefits.

That included a $2,736 executive dental plan and a $20,000 charitable matching program, where IPG matches up to $20,000 in charitable contributions made to eligible charities and academic institutions.

Read the other adland perks packages here on Business Insider.

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