Interim Chief Financial Officer Caroline E. Muhlenkamp received the lion's share, $7.1 million, by selling 336,952 shares at $21.15 each on Dec. 29.
Until those filings, the corporate parent of the Dayton Power and Light Co.
had kept Muhlenkamp's
compensation private.Since 1998, Muhlenkamp, 38, has served as president of the subsidiary in charge of DPL's $1 billion investment portfolio, which sparked the shareholder lawsuits.She
was appointed interim CFO last April after the resignation of Elizabeth M. McCarthy, and DPL
is now required to report her
pay and incentives.Muhlenkamp
's sale dropped her
holdings of restricted shares to 64,856.
...Muhlenkamp is DPL's fifth CFO in the past six years.
At the time she
was given the interim role, DPL
said it was actively looking for a permanent replacement.