Fortune 500 companies are asking their CEOs to tie their personal wealth more substantially to that of their shareholders. Although different CEO-shareholder dynamics might be at work at smaller companies, executive compensation trends of the Fortune 500 do not go unnoticed.

The trend of rising employer stock ownership targets for CEOs has not extended down the executive ranks to CFOs, COOs, VPs and division heads, however, suggests a new study from consulting firm Towers Watson, which based its analysis on 2014 proxy statements.

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