RealD President Bows Out, Cashes In

Posted by Joe Zaller
Jun 01 2011

RealD, a global licensor of 3D technologies announced that company co-founder Joshua Greer will no longer serve as President of the Company effective July 15, 2011.

According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Greer, who made tens of millions of dollars through RealD’s IPO and subsequent share sales, has entered into a consulting agreement with RealD that will pay him $275,000 to act as a strategic and technology advisor to the company.  He will also remain on the company’s board of directors.


Greer will also receive the following separation benefits:


  • cash severance of $450,000 (Greer’s annual base salary according to RealD’s S1 filing)


  • reimbursement from the Company for insurance coverage under COBRA for 18 months


  • a pro-rated cash Performance Bonus for fiscal year 2012 (to be paid no later than June 15, 2012), in an amount equal to 30% of 80% of Mr. Greer’s salary, computed assuming that Mr. Greer had remained as President of the Company through the end of fiscal year 2012; and


  • acceleration of a time-based vesting stock option for 105,000 shares granted to Mr. Greer on July 15, 2010



Related Content:

Press Release: RealD Co-Founder Joshua Greer to Transition into Advisory Role and Remain on Board of Directors

RealD SEC filing detailing separation agreement between RealD and Joshua Greer

RealD Files Prospectus for $200m Secondary Stock Offering. All Proceeds Destined for Current Shareholders Rather than the Company Itself

Wall Street Journal Article: RealD Insiders Capitalize on IPO

RealD S1 (filing with SEC)




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