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Compensation for five named executives at Blackbaud dropped by amounts ranging from 11.3 percent to 15.4 percent for 2020. That came as none received non-equity incentive compensation for last year and stock awards dropped.

CEO Mike Gianoni made 15.4-percent less in 2020 than in 2019 as his total pay dropped to $9.4 percent from $11.1 million. Gianoni took a base salary cut to $613,258 from  $737,251  in 2019. However, executives received grants of restricted stock units in lieu of merit salary increase to give the company greater flexibility in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. The biggest changes in the CEO’s pay was that he received $805,128 in non-equity incentive compensation in 2019, none this year. His stock grants fell to $8.8 million, off 8.7 percent from $9.5 million. CFO Tony Boor received. $3.8 million in 2020, down 12.6 percent from 2019 compensation of $4.4 million. Kevin Gregoire, president of U.S. markets, made $2.8 million last year, off 11.8 percent from $3.2 million. Kevin Mooney, EVP of corporate strategy and business development, was given $2.8 million in 2020 compensation, an 11.6-percent drop from $3.2 million the prior year. General counsel John Olson’s pay fell 11.3 percent to $1.8 million from slightly more than two million.

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