Form DEF 14A
VAREX IMAGING CORP filed this Form DEF 14A on 01/02/2019
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Page 1 - UNITED STATES
Page 2 - N/A
Page 3 - Varex Imaging Corporation
Page 4 - TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page 5 - PROXY SUMMARY
Page 6 - Our Director Nominees
Page 7 - Approval of Auditors for Fiscal Year 2019
Page 8 - GENERAL INFORMATION
Page 9 - Q:Can I receive proxy materials for future annual meetings by email rather than receiving a paper co
Page 10 - Q:What is the deadline for submitting a proxy?
Page 11 - Q:What vote is needed?
Page 12 - Exchange Act").
Page 13 - NASDAQ") and other regulatory requirements applicable to us. Please refer to "Proposal One Election
Page 14 - PROPOSAL ONE
Page 15 - Nominees for Election for a Three-Year Term Ending with the 2022 Annual Meeting:
Page 16 - N/A
Page 17 - Continuing Directors
Page 18 - N/A
Page 19 - N/A
Page 20 - N/A
Page 21 - Director Qualifications Matrix
Page 22 - Compensation Committee"), and the Nominating Committee are independent.
Page 23 - DSUs") counting for this purpose. Our Chief Executive Officer is expected to own shares valued at si
Page 24 - Board Committees and Committee Meetings
Page 25 - Audit Committee
Page 26 - FW Cook") as its compensation consultant since May 2018. From the time after the Company's separatio
Page 27 - Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
Page 28 - PROPOSAL TWO
Page 29 - PROPOSAL THREE
Page 30 - PROPOSAL FOUR
Page 31 - Principal Accountant Fees and Services
Page 32 - AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT
Page 33 - STOCK OWNERSHIP
Page 34 - Section 16(a) Beneficial Ownership Reporting Compliance
Page 35 - EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION
Page 36 - Philosophy of Our Executive Compensation Programs
Page 37 - Stockholder Alignment. Long-term incentives should be awarded in the form of Company equity to direc
Page 38 - Pay for Performance
Page 39 - Use of rigorous performance goals in our annual incentive plan. Target objectives required significa
Page 40 - Key Changes to our Fiscal Year 2018 Compensation and Governance Programs
Page 41 - How We Make Compensation Decisions
Page 42 - Peer Group and Market Analysis. The Compensation Committee uses a compensation peer group to monitor
Page 43 - Annual Cash Incentives. Our NEOs receive annual incentives through our Management Incentive Plan ("M
Page 44 - FY 2018 MIP Framework
Page 45 - Long-Term Incentive Compensation. An important objective of our compensation program is aligning the
Page 46 - 2017 Omnibus Stock Plan"). The Fiscal 2017 through 2019 LTI Program is illustrated as follows:
Page 47 - Other Elements of Executive Compensation. Because our philosophy is to emphasize pay for performance
Page 48 - Executive Compensation Governance Policies
Page 49 - Prohibition on Pledging Company Securities and Insider Trading Policy. The Board has approved a corp
Page 50 - Tax Deductibility. Section 162(m) of the Code ("Section 162(m)") places a limit of $1 million on the
Page 51 - Summary Compensation Table
Page 52 - N/A
Page 53 - Grants of Plan-Based Awards for 2018
Page 54 - Outstanding Equity Awards at Fiscal Year End
Page 55 - N/A
Page 56 - Option Exercises and Stock Vested
Page 57 - Potential Payments upon Termination or Change in Control
Page 58 - N/A
Page 59 - SARs") will be given reasonable advance notice of the impending termination and a reasonable opportu
Page 60 - Potential Payments upon Termination of Employment in Connection with a Change in Control
Page 61 - Compensation of Directors
Page 62 - N/A
Page 63 - Compensation Committee Interlocks and Insider Participation
Page 64 - CERTAIN RELATIONSHIPS AND RELATED TRANSACTIONS
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