PwCo executives were given bonuses of $200,000 and $150,000 after the merger with Hewlett-Packard in April.
The companies’ shares closed at $33.99 on Monday.
The companies, along with a number of other firms, were among the first to file shareholder proxy statements on Monday, which will be used by regulators to gauge whether the deals complied with the proxy rules.
PwC CEO Paul Theroux was given a $1.3 million bonus and was awarded $400,000 in stock options, the company said.
He also received a $25,000 severance package.PWCo said in its proxy statement that Theroux will receive a $3 million lump sum cash payout and $1 million in the form of an annual salary and stock option.
He was also awarded $25 million in annual cash bonuses.
PiwCo also said that Therousss salary will be $2 million and the company will pay $1,000 to his new employer for each of his first three years as CEO.
PwCo said that the merger will help its core business, which includes accounting, financial and consulting firms.
“PwCs revenue and operating income will grow to over $500 million annually by 2019, driven by the merger of PwCs accounting and research and consulting business,” the company wrote in its statement.
I am very excited about the potential that this transaction provides for both companies.”