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3) Per unit price or other underlying value of transaction computed pursuant to Exchange Act Rule 0-11 (set forth the amount on which the filing fee is calculated and state how it was determined):
Frank Slootman
GENERAL PROXY INFORMATION 1
Information About Solicitation and Voting 1
Internet Availability of Proxy Materials 1
General Information About the Meeting 1
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STANDARDS AND DIRECTOR INDEPENDENCE 4
Recent Board Composition Changes 4
Corporate Governance Guidelines 4
Board Leadership Structure 4
Role of the Board in Risk Oversight 5
Independence of Directors 5
Committees of Our Board of Directors 5
Mitigation of Risk Relating to Compensation 8
Compensation Committee Interlocks and Insider Participation 8
Board and Committee Meetings and Attendance 8
Board Attendance at Annual Stockholders’ Meeting 9
Presiding Director of Non-Employee Director Meetings 9
Code of Business Conduct and Ethics 9
COMMUNICATION WITH OUR BOARD 9
NOMINATIONS PROCESS AND DIRECTOR QUALIFICATIONS 10
Nomination to the Board of Directors 10
Director Qualifications 10
PROPOSAL NO. 1 ELECTION OF DIRECTORS 11
Information Regarding Nominees and Continuing Directors 11
Director Compensation 13
PROPOSAL NO. 2 ADVISORY VOTE TO APPROVE EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION 17
General 17
Frequency of Stockholder Advisory Votes on Executive Compensation 17
Key Executive Compensation Policies and Practices 17
PROPOSAL NO. 3 RATIFICATION OF INDEPENDENT REGISTERED PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FIRM 19
Principal Accountant Fees and Services 19
Policy on Audit Committee Pre-Approval of Audit and Permissible Non-Audit Services of Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm 20
SECURITY OWNERSHIP OF CERTAIN BENEFICIAL OWNERS AND MANAGEMENT 21
MANAGEMENT 24
EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION
Compensation Discussion and Analysis 25
Leadership Development and Compensation Committee Report 39
Executive Compensation Tables 41
Employment Arrangements 47
Potential Payments upon Termination or Change in Control 50
TRANSACTIONS WITH RELATED PARTIES, FOUNDERS AND CONTROL PERSONS 51
REPORT OF THE AUDIT COMMITTEE 52
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 53
OTHER MATTERS 54
Paul V. Barber Jeffrey A. Miller
Susan L. Bostrom Anita M. Sands
Ronald E.F. Codd William L. Strauss
Charles H. Giancarlo
oversees our accounting and financial reporting processes and reviews, with management and the independent accountants, our interim and year-end operating results and the associated quarterly reviews and annual audit results;
reviews, approves or recommends that our board of directors approve, the compensation of our executive officers;
considers and makes recommendations to our board of directors regarding the composition of our board of directors and its committees;
The fixed (or base salary) component of our compensation program is designed to provide income independent of our stock price performance so that our employees will not focus exclusively on short term stock price performance to the detriment of other important business metrics and the creation of long term stockholder value. The variable (cash bonus and equity) components of compensation are designed to reward both short-term and long-term company performance, which we believe discourages employees from taking actions that focus only on our short-term success. We feel that the variable elements of our compensation program are a sufficient percentage of overall compensation to motivate our executives and other employees to pursue superior short-term and long-term corporate results, while the fixed element is also sufficiently high to discourage the taking of unnecessary or excessive risks in pursuing such results.
We have strict internal controls over the measurement and calculation of revenue and operating income and other performance metrics, designed to keep them from being manipulated by any employee, including our executives. In addition, all of our employees are required to comply with our Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy, which covers among other things, accuracy in keeping our records.
The compensation committee approves the annual employee and new hire equity guidelines that control the standard equity grants, which are then granted by the Plan Grant Administrator, who has been delegated authority to grant equity awards, as well as the overall equity pool. Any recommended equity grants outside of guidelines or to executive officers reporting to the CEO of the company require special approval by the compensation committee.
We maintain stock ownership guidelines for our executive officers and the non-employee members of our board of directors to support these individuals acting as owners of the company.
Our insider trading policy prohibits our executive officers and the non-employee members of our board of directors from speculating in our equity securities or engaging in any other hedging transactions with respect to our equity securities. Our insider trading policy further prohibits our employees (including our executive officers) and the non-employee members of our board of directors from pledging our equity securities so that such individuals cannot insulate themselves from the effects of poor stock price performance.
We maintain a compensation recovery (“clawback”) policy which provides that, in the event we are required to prepare an accounting restatement as a result of fraud or intentional misconduct, we may recover from those current and former executive officers who are subject to the reporting requirements of Section 16 of the Exchange Act and were involved in the fraud or misconduct any incentive compensation erroneously paid or awarded in excess of what would have been paid pursuant to the restated financial statements.
If a stockholder would like to recommend a director candidate for the next annual meeting, he or she must submit the recommendations by mail to our Corporate Secretary at our principal executive offices, not fewer than 75 or more than 105 days prior to the first anniversary of the previous year's annual meeting.
Recommendations for a director candidate must be accompanied by all information relating to such person as would be required to be disclosed in solicitations of proxies for election of such nominee as a director pursuant to Regulation 14A under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including such person's written consent to being named in the proxy statement as a nominee and to serve as a director if elected.
The nominating and governance committee considers nominees based on our need to fill vacancies or to expand the board of directors, and also considers our need to fill particular roles on the board of directors or committees thereof (e.g. independent director, audit committee financial expert, etc.).
Name of Director/Nominee Age Principal Occupation Director Since
Paul V. Barber 54 Managing General Partner of JMI Equity June 2005
Ronald E.F. Codd 60 Consultant; Former Chief Executive Officer of Momentum Business Applications, Inc. February 2012
Frank Slootman 57 Chief Executive Officer of ServiceNow, Inc. May 2011
Name of Director Age Principal Occupation Director Since
Class II Directors - Terms Expiring 2017:
Charles H. Giancarlo 58 Investor, Former Managing Director of Silver Lake Partners November 2013
Anita M. Sands 39 Former Group Managing Director, Head of Change Leadership of UBS Financial Services July 2014
William L. Strauss 57 Former Chief Executive Officer of Shoedazzle.com, Inc. and Provide Commerce, Inc. February 2011
Class III Directors - Terms Expiring 2018:
Susan L. Bostrom 55 Former Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Worldwide Government Affairs of Cisco Systems, Inc. July 2014
Frederic B. Luddy 61 Chief Product Officer of ServiceNow, Inc. June 2004
Jeffrey A. Miller 65 Chief Executive Officer of JAMM Ventures February 2011
Name Fees Earned or Paid in Cash ($) Option Awards ($)(1) RSU Awards
($)(1)
Total ($)
Paul V. Barber 47,000
149,968
149,961
346,929
Susan L. Bostrom (2) 50,794
149,968
149,961
350,723
Ronald E.F. Codd 60,000
149,968
149,961
359,929
Charles H. Giancarlo 40,000
149,968
149,961
339,929
Jeffrey A. Miller 65,000
149,968
149,961
364,929
Anita M. Sands (3) 51,868
149,968
149,961
351,797
William L. Strauss 59,000
149,968
149,961
358,929
Douglas M. Leone (4) 38,060


38,060
Number of Shares Underlying Outstanding Awards
Name Option Awards RSU Awards
Paul V. Barber 4,506
1,930
Susan L. Bostrom 12,310
6,145
Ronald E.F. Codd 166,536
1,930
Charles H. Giancarlo 25,683
4,190
Jeffrey A. Miller 61,536
1,930
Anita M. Sands 17,884
6,145
William L. Strauss 156,536
1,930
Compensation At-Risk. Our executive compensation program is designed so that a significant portion of cash compensation and all of the performance-based restricted stock units (the "PRSUs") are “at risk” based on corporate performance, see “Mitigation of Risk Relating to Compensation” above;
Equity-Based Compensation. A significant portion of the total compensation we pay to our executive officers is in the form of equity-based compensation, which we feel aligns the interests of our executive officers and stockholders;
Employment Agreements . We enter into employment agreements with our executive officers providing reasonable severance and change in control benefits, see "Employment Arrangements" and "Potential Payments upon Termination or Change in Control" below;
Compensation Recovery Policy. We maintain a clawback policy which provides that, in the event we are required to prepare an accounting restatement as a result of fraud or intentional misconduct, we may recover from those current and former executive officers who are subject to the reporting requirements of Section 16 of the Exchange Act and were involved in the fraud or misconduct, any incentive compensation erroneously paid or awarded in excess of what would have been paid pursuant to the restated financial statements; and
Fees Billed to ServiceNow Year Ended December 31, 2015 Year Ended December 31, 2014
(in thousands) (in thousands)
Audit fees (1) $ 2,288
$ 2,265
Audit related fees (2) $ 21
$ 19
Tax fees (3) $ 138
$ 131
All other fees $ 2
$ 2
Total fees $ 2,448
$ 2,416
Shares Beneficially Owned
Name of Beneficial Owner Number Percent
5% or Greater Stockholders:
T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. (1) 16,872,203
10.4 %
Entities affiliated with FMR, LLC (2) 10,870,717
6.7 %
Vanguard Group, Inc. (3) 10,429,936
6.4 %
Wellington Management Group, LLP (4) 17,011,202
10.4 %
Directors and Named Executive Officers:
Frank Slootman (5) 2,642,053
1.6 %
Frederic B. Luddy (6) 5,264,425
3.2 %
Michael P. Scarpelli (7) 208,551
*
David L. Schneider (8) 181,233
*
Daniel R. McGee (9) 122,922
*
Paul V. Barber (10) 694,291
*
Susan L. Bostrom (11) 2,601
*
Ronald E.F. Codd (12) 183,036
*
Charles H. Giancarlo (13) 26,469
*
Jeffrey A. Miller (14) 140,161
*
Anita M. Sands (15) 11,080
*
William L. Strauss (16) 155,161
*
All executive officers and directors as a group (12 persons) (17) 9,631,983
5.9 %
Name Age Position
Frank Slootman 57 Director, President and Chief Executive Officer
Frederic B. Luddy 61 Director and Chief Product Officer
Michael P. Scarpelli 49 Chief Financial Officer
David L. Schneider 48 Chief Revenue Officer
Daniel R. McGee 56 Chief Operating Officer
Made quarterly cash bonus payments to the Named Executive Officers for each of the four quarters of 2015, which, in the aggregate, represented approximately 40% of their target bonuses for the full year, including an aggregate cash bonus payment in the amount of $180,330 to our CEO, $99,125 to our CFO, $140,256 to our Chief Product Officer, $118,217 to our Chief Revenue Officer and $88,161 to our Chief Operating Officer; and
Independent Compensation Committee. The compensation committee is comprised solely of independent directors who have established effective means for communicating with stockholders regarding their executive compensation ideas and concerns, as described in this proxy statement.
Annual Executive Compensation Review. The compensation committee annually reviews and approves our compensation strategy, including a review of our compensation peer group used for comparative purposes and a review of our compensation-related risk profile to ensure that our compensation-related risks are not reasonably likely to have a material adverse effect on our company.
Independent Compensation Committee Advisors. The compensation committee engaged its own compensation consultant to assist with its 2015 compensation review. This consultant performed no other consulting or other services for us and, based on our review, our board of directors and management have determined that the compensation consultant is independent and does not have other relationships with us that would impair its independence.
Executive Compensation Policies and Practices. Our compensation philosophy and related corporate governance policies and practices are complemented by several specific compensation practices that are designed to align our executive compensation with long-term stockholder interests, including the following:
Compensation At-Risk. Our executive compensation program is designed so that a significant portion of cash compensation and all of the PRSUs are “at risk” based on corporate performance, see “Mitigation of Risk Relating to Compensation” above;
Equity-Based Compensation. A significant portion of the total compensation we pay to our executive officers, including the Named Executive Officers, is in the form of equity-based compensation, which we believe aligns the interests of our executive officers and stockholders;
Employment Agreements . We enter into employment agreements with our executive officers providing reasonable severance and change in control benefits (see "Employment Arrangements" and "Potential Payments upon Termination or Change in Control" below);
No Retirement Plans. We do not currently offer, nor do we have plans to provide, pension arrangements, retirement plans, or nonqualified deferred compensation plans or arrangements to our executive officers;
Limited Perquisites. We provide minimal perquisites and other personal benefits to our executive officers;
Health or Welfare Benefits. Our executive officers participate in broad-based company-sponsored health and welfare benefits programs on the same basis as our other full-time, salaried employees, except that we reimburse our executive officers for the costs of an annual physical examination and provide a gross up to cover the income taxes associated with this reimbursement;
Compensation Recovery Policy. We maintain a compensation recovery or clawback policy which provides that, in the event we are required to prepare an accounting restatement as a result of fraud or intentional misconduct, we may recover from those current and former executive officers who are subject to the reporting requirements of Section 16 of the Exchange Act and were involved in the fraud or misconduct any incentive compensation erroneously paid or awarded in excess of what would have been paid pursuant to the restated financial statements;
Hedging and Pledging Prohibitions. Our insider trading policy prohibits our employees (including our executive officers) and our board of directors from speculating in our equity securities or engaging in any other hedging transactions with respect to our equity securities. Our insider trading policy further prohibits our employees (including our executive officers) and our board of directors from pledging our equity securities; and
Provided compensation data and analysis for similarly-situated executive officers at our compensation peer group companies; and
Updated the compensation committee on emerging trends and best practices in the area of executive compensation.
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Named Executive Officer 2014 Base Salary 2015 Base Salary Percentage Increase
Mr. Slootman $425,000 $450,000 5.9%
Mr. Luddy $330,000 $350,000 6.1%
Mr. Scarpelli $300,000 $322,642 7.5%
Mr. McGee $300,000 $330,000 10.0%
Mr. Schneider $280,000 $295,000 5.4%
Named Executive Officer Quarterly Bonus Target Aggregate Quarterly Bonus Target Percentage of 2015 Base Salary
Mr. Slootman $112,500 $450,000 100.0%
Mr. Luddy $87,500 $350,000 100.0%
Mr. Scarpelli $61,840 $247,360 76.7%
Mr. McGee $55,000 $220,000 66.7%
Mr. Schneider $73,750 $295,000 100.0%
Named Executive Officer Performance Period Target Quarterly Bonus Payout Percentage Based on Performance Against Target Actual Quarterly Bonus
Mr. Slootman First Quarter $ 112,500
1.2 % $ 1,330
Second Quarter $ 112,500
42.2 % $ 47,423
Third Quarter $ 112,500
82.5 % $ 92,801
Fourth Quarter $ 112,500
34.5 % $ 38,776
Total 2015 $ 180,330
Mr. Luddy First Quarter $ 87,500
1.2 % $ 1,034
Second Quarter $ 87,500
42.2 % $ 36,884
Third Quarter $ 87,500
82.5 % $ 72,179
Fourth Quarter $ 87,500
34.5 % $ 30,159
Total 2015 $ 140,256
Mr. Scarpelli First Quarter $ 61,840
1.2 % $ 731
Second Quarter $ 61,840
42.2 % $ 26,068
Third Quarter $ 61,840
82.5 % $ 51,011
Fourth Quarter $ 61,840
34.5 % $ 21,315
Total 2015 $ 99,125
Mr. McGee First Quarter $ 55,000
1.2 % $ 650
Second Quarter $ 55,000
42.2 % $ 23,184
Third Quarter $ 55,000
82.5 % $ 45,370
Fourth Quarter $ 55,000
34.5 % $ 18,957
Total 2015 $ 88,161
Mr. Schneider First Quarter $ 73,750
1.2 % $ 872
Second Quarter $ 73,750
42.2 % $ 31,088
Third Quarter $ 73,750
82.5 % $ 60,836
Fourth Quarter $ 73,750
34.5 % $ 25,420
Total 2015 $ 118,217
Named Executive Officer Performance-Based RSU Awards (Target number of shares)
Mr. Slootman 160,000
Mr. Luddy 100,000
Mr. Scarpelli 80,000
Mr. McGee 80,000
Mr. Schneider 80,000
If we achieved between 80% to 100% of the target net new ACV for the year, the target number of shares would be earned on a straight-line basis proportional to the extent to which the target net new ACV for the year was met; and
Named Executive Officer Number of Shares Earned
Mr. Slootman 64,704
Mr. Luddy 40,440
Mr. Scarpelli 32,352
Mr. McGee 32,352
Mr. Schneider 32.352
Officer Level Market Value of Shares Owned as a Multiple of Base Salary
Chief Executive Officer Three times
Other Executive Officers One times
Plan Category Number of Securities to be Issued Upon Exercise of Outstanding Options, Warrants and Rights (Column A) (1) Weighted-Average Exercise Price of Outstanding Options, Warrants and Rights (Column B) ($) (2) Number of Securities Remaining Available for Future Issuance Under Equity Compensation Plans (Excluding Securities Reflected in Column A) (Column C) (3)
Equity compensation plans approved by security holders 20,673,359
16.65
23,833,419
Equity compensation plans not approved by security holders


Total 20,673,359
16.65
23,833,419
Name and Principal Position Year Salary ($) Bonus($) Stock Awards (1) ($) Option Awards (1) ($) Non-Equity Incentive Plan Compen-sation (2) ($) All Other Compen-sation (3) ($) Total ($)
Frank Slootman, President and Chief Executive Officer 2015 450,000

11,660,800

180,330
11,803
12,302,933
2014 425,000

9,943,500

489,616
10,858,116
2013 350,000

4,413,000
2,210,460
413,604

7,387,064
Michael P. Scarpelli, Chief Financial Officer 2015 322,642

5,830,400

99,125

6,252,167
2014 300,000
4,971,750

264,968
1,962
5,538,680
2013 290,000

2,206,500
1,105,230
224,528
3,476
3,829,734
Frederic B. Luddy, Chief Product Officer 2015 350,000
7,288,000

140,256

7,778,256
2014 330,000
6,629,000

380,172
4,542
7,343,714
2013 300,000



354,517

654,517
Daniel R. McGee, Chief Operating Officer (4) 2015 330,000

5,830,400

88,161
3,030
6,251,591
2014 300,000

7,739,750

230,407

8,270,157
2013 275,000

2,942,000
1,452,180
206,803

4,875,983
David L. Schneider, Chief Revenue Officer (5) 2015 295,000

5,830,400

118,217
1,515
6,245,132
2014 280,000

7,739,750

322,571
1,962
8,344,283
2013 260,000

2,206,500
1,105,230
307,250

3,878,980
Estimated Possible Payouts Under Non-Equity Incentive Plan Awards (Target) ($) Estimated Possible Payouts Under Equity Incentive Plan Awards (Target) (1)
Named Executive Officer Grant Date Approval Date Thres-hold ($) Target ($)(2) Maximum ($) Thres-hold (#) Target (#) Maximum (#) All Other Stock Awards: Number of Shares of Stock or Units (#) All Other Option Awards: Number of Securities Underlying Options (#) Exercise or Base Price of Option Awards ($/sh) Grant Date Fair Value of Stock Awards
($) (3)
Mr. Slootman 2/9/2015
1/27/2015



160,000
160,000



11,660,800

1/27/2015
450,000








Mr. Scarpelli 2/9/2015
1/27/2015



80,000
80,000



5,830,400

1/27/2015
247,360








Mr. Luddy 2/9/2015
1/27/2015



100,000
100,000



7,288,000

1/27/2015
350,000








Mr. McGee 2/9/2015
1/27/2015



80,000
80,000



5,830,400

1/27/2015
220,000








Mr. Schneider 2/9/2015
1/27/2015



80,000
80,000



5,830,400

1/27/2015
295,000








Option Awards Stock Awards
Name Number of Securities Underlying Unexercised Options Exercisable (#) Number of Securities Underlying Unexercised Options Unexercisable (#) Option Exercise Price ($) Option Expiration Date Number of Shares or Units of Stock That Have Not Vested (#) Market Value of Shares or Units of Stock That Have Not Vested ($) (1) Equity Incentive Plan Awards: Number of Unearned Shares, Units or Other Rights That Have Not Yet Vested (#) Equity Incentive Plan Awards: Market or Payout Value of Unearned Shares, Units or Other Rights That Have Not Vested ($) (1)
Mr. Slootman 2,506,996

2.60
5/6/2021
106,250
(2) 43,750
(2) 29.42
2/7/2023
75,000
(3) 6,492,000
197,055
(4) 17,057,081
160,000
(5) 13,849,600
Mr. Scarpelli 10,712

3.00
8/15/2021
53,125
(2) 21,875
(2) 29.42
2/7/2023
37,500
(3) 3,246,000
98,528
(4) 8,528,584
80,000
(5) 6,924,800
Mr. Luddy 240,000

0.34
9/8/2019
250,000
(6) 21,640,000
131,370
(4) 11,371,387
100,000
(5) 8,656,000
Mr. McGee 2,083
(7) 29,167
(7) 29.42
2/7/2023
50,000
(8) 4,328,000
37,500
(9) 3,246,000
98,528
(4) 8,528,584
80,000
(5) 6,924,800
Mr. Schneider 23,862

3.00
7/22/2021
51,216

3.00
9/9/2021
38,125
(2) 21,875
(2) 29.42
2/7/2023
37,500
(3) 3,246,000
37,500
(9) 3,246,000
98,528
(4) 8,528,584
80,000
(5) 6,924,800
Name Option Awards Stock Awards
Number of Shares Acquired on Exercise (#) Value Realized on Exercise ($) (1) Number of Shares Acquired on Vesting (#) Value Realized on Vesting ($) (2)
Mr. Slootman 1,745,000
127,178,799
75,000
5,620,500
Mr. Scarpelli 513,332
37,692,517
37,500
2,810,250
Mr. Luddy

250,000
18,502,500
Mr. McGee 333,750
22,982,232
37,500
2,887,188
Mr. Schneider 344,000
24,866,910
50,000
3,823,938
continued payments of his then-annual base salary for a period of six months (12 months in the case of our CEO) from the date of termination;
any portion of his annual target bonus opportunity which he would have received had he been employed on the last day of the fiscal year in which the termination of employment occurs pro-rated for a six-month period (12 months in the case of our CEO); and
health insurance premiums for himself and his eligible dependents under our group health insurance plans as provided under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, or COBRA, until the earliest of (i) the close of the six-month period (12 months in the case of our CEO) commencing on the date of his termination of employment, (ii) the expiration of his eligibility for continued coverage under COBRA or (iii) the date when he becomes eligible for substantially equivalent health insurance coverage in connection with new employment or self-employment.
a lump-sum payment equal to his then-annual base salary for a period of six months (12 months in the case of our CEO) from the date of termination;
health insurance premiums for himself and his eligible dependents under our group health insurance plans as provided under COBRA until the earliest of (i) the close of the six-month period (12 months in the case of our CEO) commencing on the date of his termination of employment, (ii) the expiration of his eligibility for continued coverage under COBRA or (iii) the date when he becomes eligible for substantially equivalent health insurance coverage in connection with new employment or self-employment.
health insurance premiums for the employee's eligible dependents under our group health insurance plans as provided under COBRA (or similar programs for employees based outside of the United States) for 12 months following the date of the employee's death; and
Change in Control Alone Upon Termination without Cause or Resignation for Good Reason - No Change in Control Upon Termination without Cause or Resignation for Good Reason - Change in Control
Name Value of Accelerated Vesting ($) (1) Cash Severance ($) Contin-uation of Medical Benefits ($) Value of Accelerated Vesting ($) (1) Total ($) Cash Severance ($) Contin-uation of Medical Benefits ($) Value of Accelerated Vesting ($) (1) Total ($)
Mr. Slootman 39,898,556
900,000
16,395
4,987,319
5,903,714
900,000
16,395
39,898,556
40,814,951
Mr. Scarpelli 19,949,321
285,000
10,759

295,759
408,679
10,759
19,949,321
20,368,759
Mr. Luddy 41,667,387






41,667,387
41,667,387
Mr. McGee 24,693,986
275,000
8,198

283,198
385,000
8,198
24,693,986
25,087,184
Mr. Schneider 23,195,321
295,000
10,759

305,759
442,500
10,759
23,195,321
23,648,580
Upon Involuntary Termination by Reason of Death
Name Cash Severance ($) Continuation of Medical Benefits ($) Value of Accelerated Vesting ($) Total ($)
Mr. Slootman 225,000
6,947
500,000
731,947
Mr. Scarpelli 161,321
12,671
500,000
673,992
Mr. Luddy 175,000
12,671
500,000
687,671
Mr. McGee 165,000
6,947
500,000
671,947
Mr. Schneider 147,500
12,671
500,000
660,171

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