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US Executive Contacts & Compensation

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Executive Compensation: Ms. Amy Hood, Mircrosoft (MSFT)

Company Executives: Microsoft (MSFT)

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Flexible Access

This data is available via Web API, Excel, and Google Sheets.

Get Details For US Execs

The US Executive Contacts And Compensation data feed provides access to detailed information for not only the executives and directors at US companies, but for officers, board members, and other key figures in the organization.

Understand Who Is Running The Show

Compensation data and contacts enable subscribers of this data feed to get in touch with crucial business leaders. Systematically track how much executives get paid as well as when they leave the firm via API or in Excel.

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  • 4,604 companies and 52,804 contacts in North America
  • Direct emails for 75% of contacts, Direct phone for 27%
  • Data for CEO, CFO, Corporate Secretary, General Counsel, Treasurer, Investor Relations Officer, Corporate Development/Strategy, Board Members
  • Compensation data including 4 years of history, salary, bonus, options

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find the most frequently asked questions about this data feed. We have also curated some resources to help you get started, listed on the right. As always, feel free to chat with us if you have any questions.
How much history is available?

Executive compensation data is available back to 2015. Executive contact and profile information is current only.

How can I access this data?

Executive compensation data is available via our API and Excel add-in. Executive contact and profile information is available via our API only.

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Welcome to the Intrinio Financial Data Platform! Through our Financial Data Marketplace, we offer a wide selection of financial data feeds sourced by our own proprietary processes as well as from many data vendors. The Intrinio API uses HTTPS verbs and a RESTful endpoint structure, which makes it easy to request data from Intrinio. Basic Authentication is administered over HTTPS. Responses are delivered in JSON format.

Getting Started

First, you'll need an Intrinio account for your API access credentials.

Sign Up for API Access

If you have an Intrinio account you can view your Account API Access Keys here.

For a quick-start guide to our API, please see the tutorial.

If you need additional help using the API, chat with us.

Authentication

Private

You can find your API Key(s) on your Account API Access Keys page.

You must include a valid API Key with every request in-order to access to the API.

If your API Key is not authorized, a status code of 401 will be returned.

URL Parameter Authentication

Simply include your API Key in the HTTPS request by specifying an api_key URL parameter set to the value of your API Key.

For example:

https://api.intrinio.com/prices?identifier=AAPL&api_key={{base64_encoded_api_key}} https://api.intrinio.com/prices?identifier=AAPL&api_key=OjA1ZTFiNGZiN2U4Y2JlNjAwNzE0OGQ4YjM2YTFmNjRk

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Authorization Header Authentication

Include your API Key in the HTTPS request by specifying an Authorization header with the value:

Bearer [API_KEY]

Simply replace [API_KEY] with your valid API Key.

For example:

Authorization: Bearer {{base64_encoded_api_key}} Authorization: Bearer OjA1ZTFiNGZiN2U4Y2JlNjAwNzE0OGQ4YjM2YTFmNjRk

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Public

For public/untrusted environments (such as client-side JavaScript), use our public key authentication over HTTPS.

You can create a Public Access Key on your Account Access Keys page. Make sure to specify all domains from which this key may be used. Any domain not listed will be rejected by the API. For development purposes, localhost is listed as a domain by default. Make sure to delete this domain before going to production.

To include a public key in your HTTPS request, specify it as the value of an X-Authorization-Public-Key header.

If your public key is not authorized, a status code of 401 will be returned.

Response Codes

Intrinio uses normal HTTP response codes to indicate the success or failure of an API request. A response code of 200 indicates success and codes in the 4xx range indicate an error that failed given the information provided, and codes in the 5xx range indicate an error with Intrinio’s servers (these are rare).

The Intrinio API uses the following error codes:

Code Meaning
200 OK – Everything worked as expected
401 Unauthorized – Your User/Password API Keys are incorrect
403 Forbidden – You are not subscribed to the data feed requested
404 Not Found – The endpoint requested does not exist
429 Too Many Requests – You have hit a limit. See limits
500 Internal Server Error – We had a problem with our server. Try again later.
503 Service Unavailable – You have hit your throttle limit or Intrinio may be experiencing high system load.

Paging

Often there is too much information in our system to serve in a single request of reasonable size. Therefore we limit results to a certain number per request and provide you with paging information which can be used to retrieve the remaining pages of data.

In the Web API, you will notice that most requests contain paging information.

File Downloads may have paging information as well, listed in the first row.

In order to request the next page of data, append a page_number parameter to your request:

https://api.intrinio.com/companies
https://api.intrinio.com/companies?page_number=2
https://api.intrinio.com/companies?page_number=3

Limits

The Intrinio API employs several reasonable limits to ensure that stable, reliable service is provided to all users. These limits can vary based on the type of API request you are making. If you hit an API limit, the response will contain a 429 code and an explanation of the limit.

Daily Request Limits

Most data feed subscriptions have limited daily usage. This means that you can make up to a certain number of API requests in a 24-hour period (resetting at midnight Eastern). To view the limits for a data feed subscription, go to your Account page, click on Subscriptions, click on the subscription in question, and click on Limits.

Per-Minute Request Limits

Some data feed subscriptions have limited usage per x minutes. This means that you can make up to a certain number of API requests in x minutes. Common timeframes are 10 minutes and 1 minute.

Per-Second Request Limits

Certain high-workload API request are limited by the second. This means that you can make up to a certain number of API requests per second.

Paging Limits

API endpoints that return a list of data often employ paging to allow users to retrieve the rest of the data. Below are the default and maximum page sizes for various endpoints:

Endpoint Default Page Size Maximum Page Size
historical_data 1,000 10,000
All others 100 10,000

Certain requests are considered "high-paging" and are subject to additional limits:

  • Requests with a page size that is higher than the Default Page Size
  • Requests with a page offset greater than or equal to the Maximum Page Size

These request are limited by:

User Type High-Paging Request Limit
Free 1 per minute
Paid 1 per second
Custom Contact Sales

Bulk Request Limits

Certain API endpoints allow you to make "bulk" requests that return all of the available data. These requests are limited by:

User Type Bulk Request Limit
Free 1 per minute
Paid 1 per second
Custom Contact Sales

Throttle Limits

Users enjoying free data feed subscriptions only are limited to 100 requests per second.

Timeout Limits

Each request must be fulfilled within 25 seconds, otherwise it will be dropped with a 503 error. Given the flexibility of our endpoints and the complexity of potential API requests, we leave it to the users to fashion requests which can be satisfied in a reasonable time.

Usage & Limits

The following endpoints will help you to check your API access, limits, and usage:

Note: this is limited to data feeds with daily API requests limits.

Endpoints

Below are all of the API endpoints available for this data feed:

Welcome to the Intrinio Financial Data Platform! Through our Data Marketplace, we offer a wide selection of financial data feeds sourced by our own proprietary processes as well as from many data vendors. The Intrinio Excel Add-In allows you to access a variety of datasets right in Excel, using simple, intuitive functions.

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Getting Started

For a quick guide to getting started with our Excel Add-In, please see the Tutorial.

Functions

Below are all the functions available for this data feed:

Welcome to the Intrinio Financial Data Platform! Through our Data Marketplace, we offer a wide selection of financial data feeds sourced by our own proprietary processes as well as from many data vendors. All of our data is available for download in the CSV (comma-separated values) format.

If you need additional help, chat with us.

Getting Started

For a quick guide to getting started with our CSV Download functionality, please see the Tutorial.

Authentication

When using the download links, your browser will prompt you for a username and password. These credentials correspond to your access keys, which can be found in your Account page.

Limits

CSV Downloads are limited according to the matrix below. If you exceed the limit, the system will return a 429 error. If you need to download a larger dataset, we recommend browsing our Financial Data Downloads , which allow you to download massive datasets for a flat fee.

User Type CSV Download Limit
Free 1 per minute
Paid 1 per second
Custom Contact Sales

Paging

Sometimes there is too much information in our system to put into a single file of reasonable size. Therefore we limit file downloads to 10,000 rows. In order to retrieve the rest of the rows, you will have to request the second "page" of results. The first row of each file will contain paging information: RESULT_COUNT: 6342 , PAGE_SIZE: 10000 , CURRENT_PAGE: 1, TOTAL_PAGES: 1 , API_CALL_CREDITS: 1

  • RESULT_COUNT tells you how many total rows there are in our system
  • PAGE_SIZE tells you how many records you are fetching per page
  • CURRENT_PAGE tells you which page you are currently viewing
  • TOTAL_PAGES tells you how many total pages there are
  • API_CALL_CREDITS tells you how many API calls credits your request consumed

If the TOTAL_PAGES field in your file is greater than 1 and you want to see the other pages, append a page_number parameter to the URL:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=1
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=2
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=3

To exclude the paging information from your file, include a hide_paging parameter in the URL:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=1&hide_paging=true

URL Formatting

URLs must be formatted correctly in order for file downloads to be processed successfully. Here are examples of correct URLs:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&query=GDP
https://api.intrinio.com/data_point.csv?identifier=AAPL&item=marketcap,beta

Here are examples of incorrect URLs:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv&type=economic
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic?query=GDP
https://api.intrinio.com/data_point.csv?identifier=AAPL&item=marketcap/beta

Here is a key to the different parts of a URL:

https://api.intrinio.com /data_point.csv ? identifier = AAPL & item = marketcap,beta
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  1. Intrinio's API web address.
  2. The location of the data you are trying to access.
  3. The separator between the URL address and the URL parameters.
  4. The name of the URL parameter.
  5. The separator between the name of the URL parameter and the value of the URL parameter.
  6. The value of the URL parameter.
  7. The separator between URL parameters.
  8. The name of the URL parameter.
  9. The separator between the name of the URL parameter and the value of the URL parameter.
  10. The value of the URL parameter. Note some parameters allow multiple values - separate them with a comma.

Functions

Below are all of the CSV file downloads available for this data feed:

Returns the most recent data point for a selected identifier (ticker symbol, stock market index symbol, CIK ID, etc.) for a selected tag. Income statement, cash flow statement, and ratios are returned as trailing twelve months values. All other data points are returned as their most recent value, either as of the last release financial statement or the most recent reported value.

Endpoint:

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
An identifier, which can be a security ticker, SEC CIK ID, FRED Series ID, etc. AAPL
item
* required
An item, which can be a data tag or a special code. marketcap
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
-

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
identifier the ticker or identifier for the data point string AAPL
item the requested standardized tag or series ID string name

Historical Data

Returns the historical data for for a selected identifier (ticker symbol or index symbol) for a selected tag. Income statement, cash flow statement, and ratios are returned as trailing twelve months values by default, but can be changed with the type parameter. All other historical data points are returned as their value on a certain day based on filings reported as of that date.

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
An identifier, which can be a security ticker, SEC CIK ID, FRED Series ID, etc. AAPL
item
* required
An item, which can be a data tag or a special code. marketcap
start_date
* required
The earliest date for which to return data. 2018-04-02
end_date
* required
The latest date for which to return data. 2018-5-03
frequency
* required
The frequency of the historical prices & valuation data.
Options:
daily
weekly
monthly
quarterly
yearly
yearly
type
* required
The type of historical data to fetch. For financial statements, the type reflects the type of financial statement. For Sector data, the type reflect the aggretation (mean, median, max, min) type of the data.
Options:
FY
QTR
TTM
YTD
count
sum
max
75thpctl
mean
median
25thpctl
min
FY
sequence
* required
An integer 0 or greater for calling a single historical data point from the first entry, based on sort order. 0
show_date
* required
If true, the function will return the date value, and if false the function will return the data point value for a given query.
Options:
Yes
Yes
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. 4
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 10
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
identifier the ticker or identifier for the data point - AAPL
item the requested standardized tag or series ID - marketcap
date the date associated with the value of the data tag - 2016-12-31
value the value of the Intrinio tag of the financial data point - 45936

Returns a list of all executives and their unique executive identifier, including both U.S. and International executives.

Endpoint:

Parameters

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Name Description Example
query
* required
A string query search of executives name. Musk
company
* required
The identifier for the specified security or company to which the executive belongs. @AALSTAD_88681
role
* required
The normalized executive and officer role.
Options:
Accounting
Assistant Corporate Secretary
Chairman
Chief Accounting Officer
Chief Administrative Officer
Chief Compliance Officer
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Information Officer
Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Compliance Officer
Controller
Corporate Communications
Corporate Development
Corporate Secretary
Director
Executive Officer
Finance
General Counsel
Human Resources
Investor Relations
Legal Officer
Marketing
M&A/Strategy Planning
President
Sales
Treasurer
Trustee
Trustee
type
* required
Select whether to show only US or International executives.
Options:
us
non-us
us
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. 3
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 10
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
-

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
identifier the unique executive identifier assigned by Intrinio string @AALSTAD_88681
full_name the full name of the executive including first and last name string Ms. Regi Aalstad
type either us or non-us, specifying the necessary subscription access to retrieve contact, compensation and role data for the executive. string non-us

Sample Data

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Executives Master

Not available for this access method

Executive Details

A detailed output of the detailed information for an executive, including summary contact info, companies (including the unique Intrinio executive company id), roles, and compensation.

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
The Intrinio executive identifier. @MUSK_65276
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
identifier the Intrinio executive identifier. string @MUSK_51244
full_name the full name of the executive including first and last name string Mr. Elon Musk
prefix the prefix of the persons name providing context string Mr.
first_name the first name of the person string Elon
middle_name the middle name of the person string -
last_name the last name of the person string Musk
nick_name the person's nick name string -
suffix the suffix of the persons name string -
gender the gender of the person string M
age the age of the person number 44
age_as_on_date the date of which the persons age was last determined date 2016-04-15
contact_status a booleon representing whether the contact information is still being collected string Active
companies
all the companies in which this executive has a role array -
identifier
Intrinio's unique identifier for this executive working at this company string @MUSK_51244-TSLA:US
company
the name of the company string Tesla Inc.
job_title
the job title of the executive at the company string Chairman, Product Architect and Chief Executive Officer
effective_date
the effective date of the executive’s current job string
ticker
the company’s ticker symbol. string TSLA
figi_ticker
the company security’s FIGI ticker. string TSLA:US
figi
the FIGI identifier for the company security’s. string BBG000N9MNX3
type
the type of company, such as Public Company or Private Company. string Public Company
sic
the Standard Industrial Classification of the company. string Motor Vehicles & Passenger Car Bodies
cik
the Central Index Key of the company with the SEC. string 0001318605
incorporated_country
the country where the company is incorporated. string United States
address_line_1
the company’s address, first line. string 3500 Deer Creek Rd.
address_line_2
the company’s address, second line. string
city
the city where the company is headquartered. string Palo Alto
state
the state where the company is headquartered. string CA
zip
the zip code of the company’s headquarter’s. string 94304
country_name
the country where the company is headquartered. string United States
main_phone
the main phone number of the company’s executive. string 650-681-5000
direct_no
the direct phone number of the company’s executive. string
direct_extn
the direct phone number extension of the company’s executive. string nulll
dept_no
the department’s phone number of the company’s executive. string
dept_extn
the department’s phone number extension of the company’s executive. string
fax
the fax number of the company’s executive. string
fax_extn
the fax number extension of the company’s executive. string
email
the email address of the company’s executive. string elon.musk@teslamotors.com
depart_email
the department’s email address for the company’s executive. string
lead_independent_director
a boolean, representing whether the executive is the lead independent director on the company’s Board. string false
finance_expert_director
a boolean, representing whether the executive is a finance expert director on the company’s Board. string false
industry_expert_director
a boolean, representing whether the executive is a industry expert director on the company’s Board. string true
risk_expert_director
a boolean, representing whether the executive is a risk expert on the company’s Board. string false
roles
all of the executive's roles in this company array
role_name
the normalized role name for the executive with the company string Director
status
a representation of whether the executive’s role is active or inactive string Active
division
the division where the executive operates within the company string
executive_director
a boolean, representing whether the executive is an executive director on the company’s Board boolean false
independent_director
a boolean, representing whether the executive is a independent director on the company’s Board boolean false
compensations
all of the compensation records for this executives in this company array false
compensation_year
the fiscal year of the executive’s compensation package. number 2016
proxy_year
the proxy when the compensation is disclosed. number 2017
meeting_date
the date of the Board of Directors meeting where the executives compensation package was determined. date 2017-06-06
cash_paid
the amount of cash paid out to the executive not considered a salary or bonus. number
salary
the established salary of the executive. number 45936
bonus
the bonus for the executive. number
stock_awards
the total value of all stock grants. number
option_awards
the total value of all option grants at their fair market value. number
pension_nqdc
the value of pension benefit contributions. number nulll
non_eqty_incentive_plan
the value of any non-equity incentive plan benefits. number
all_other_compensation
the value of all other compensation not otherwise accounted for in the other categories. number
total_summary
the total value of all compensation for the fiscal year. number 37584
currency_denomination
the currency denomination- Absolute | Thousands | Millions. string Absolute
currency
the currency of the compensation for the executive. string USD
director_compensation
a boolean, representing whether the compensation includes or is exclusively for a directorship. boolean

Sample Data

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Executive Details Lookup

Not available for this access method

Executive Contacts

Returns a list of all information for an executive and their related companies. Information includes the unique Intrinio executive company identifier, and detailed contact information for the executive at a specified company.

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
The Intrinio executive identifier. @MUSK_65276
company
* required
The identifier for the specified security or company to which the executive belongs. TSLA
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
identifier the Intrinio executive company identifier. string @MUSK_51244-TSLA:US
company The name of the company. string Tesla Inc.
job_title The job title of the executive at the company. string Chairman, Product Architect and Chief Executive Officer
effective_date The effective date of the executive’s current job. date 2018-07-15
ticker The company’s ticker symbol. string TSLA
figi_ticker The company security’s FIGI ticker. string TSLA:US
figi The FIGI identifier for the company security’s. string BBG000N9MNX3
type The type of company, such as Public Company or Private Company. string Public Company
sic The Standard Industrial Classification of the company. string Motor Vehicles & Passenger Car Bodies
cik The Central Index Key of the company with the SEC. string 0001318605
incorporated_country The country where the company is incorporated. string United States
address_line_1 The company’s address, first line. string 3500 Deer Creek Rd.
address_line_2 The company’s address, second line. string -
city The city where the company is headquartered. string Palo Alto
state The state where the company is headquartered. string CA
zip The zip code of the company’s headquarter’s. string 94304
country_name The country where the company is headquartered. string United States
main_phone The main phone number of the company’s executive. string 650-681-5000
direct_no The direct phone number of the company’s executive. string -
direct_extn The direct phone number extension of the company’s executive. string nulll
dept_no The department’s phone number of the company’s executive. string -
dept_extn The department’s phone number extension of the company’s executive. string -
fax The fax number of the company’s executive. string -
fax_extn The fax number extension of the company’s executive. string -
email The email address of the company’s executive. string elon.musk@teslamotors.com
depart_email The department’s email address for the company’s executive. string -
lead_independent_director a boolean, representing whether the executive is the lead independent director on the company’s Board. string -
finance_expert_director a boolean, representing whether the executive is a finance expert director on the company’s Board. string -
industry_expert_director a boolean, representing whether the executive is a industry expert director on the company’s Board. string true
risk_expert_director a boolean, representing whether the executive is a risk expert on the company’s Board. string -

Sample Data

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Executive Compensation

Returns a list of all historical compensation data for an executive at a specified company. Compensation data includes all cash and salary payments, bonuses, stock options, pension benefits and more.

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
The Intrinio executive identifier. @MUSK_65276
company
* required
The identifier for the specified security or company to which the executive belongs. Tesla Inc.
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
job_title the job title of the executive at the company. string Chairman, Product Architect and Chief Executive Officer
company the name of the company. string Tesla Inc.
ticker the company’s ticker symbol. string TSLA
figi_ticker the company security’s FIGI ticker. string TSLA:US
figi the FIGI identifier for the company security’s. string BBG000N9MNX3
compensation_year the fiscal year of the executive’s compensation package. number 2016
proxy_year the proxy when the compensation is disclosed. number 2017
meeting_date the date of the Board of Directors meeting where the executives compensation package was determined. date 2017-06-06
cash_paid the amount of cash paid out to the executive not considered a salary or bonus. number -
salary the established salary of the executive. number 45936
bonus the bonus for the executive. number -
stock_awards the total value of all stock grants. number -
option_awards the total value of all option grants at their fair market value. number -
pension_nqdc the value of pension benefit contributions. number -
non_eqty_incentive_plan the value of any non-equity incentive plan benefits. number -
all_other_compensation the value of all other compensation not otherwise accounted for in the other categories. number -
total_summary the total value of all compensation for the fiscal year. number 37584
currency_denomination the currency denomination- Absolute | Thousands | Millions. string Absolute
currency the currency of the compensation for the executive. string USD
director_compensation a boolean, representing whether the compensation includes or is exclusively for a directorship. boolean -

Sample Data

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Company Executive Compensation Lookup

Not available for this access method

Executive Roles

For a specific executive company identifier, returns a list of all roles within the company. For example, an executive may be the Chief Executive Officer, a Director, and the Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
The Intrinio executive identifier. @MUSK_65276
company
* required
The identifier for the specified security or company to which the executive belongs. Tesla Inc.
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
role_name the normalized role name for the executive with the company. string Director
company the name of the company. string Tesla Inc.
ticker the company’s ticker symbol. string TSLA
figi_ticker the company security’s FIGI ticker. string TSLA:UW
figi the FIGI identifier for the company security’s. string BBG000N9P426
status a representation of whether the executive’s role is active or inactive string Active
effective_date the date when the role became active date 2008-10-01
division the division where the executive operates within the company string -
executive_director a boolean, representing whether the executive is an executive director on the company’s Board boolean -
independent_director a boolean, representing whether the executive is a independent director on the company’s Board boolean -