The Incentive Lab team has extensive experience in executive compensation, data products and analytical services. Our staff consists of talented financial engineers, compensation and research analysts, and technology professionals, ably supported by a number of leading academic affiliates. Our leadership team includes:

Dr. Carr Bettis
Founder | Chairman | Chief Scientist

Dr. Carr Bettis provides strategic oversight and leads Incentive Lab research and development efforts to bring science to bear on Incentive Lab's unique data in order to better understand incentive alignment between executives and other stakeholders.

Carr is a serially successful entrepreneur, as the founder and chief architect of numerous market-leading financial technology innovations and businesses. He was the founder and chairman of Equity Methods, a market leading financial reporting and executive compensation valuation firm acquired by Merrill Lynch (now Bank of America) and is now owned by a non-affiliated private equity firm. He has incubated and sold other businesses and intellectual property assets to Thomson Financial (now Thomson Reuters), Primark/Disclosure (now Thomson Reuters), Advanced Equities/GreenBook Financial (now First Allied Asset Management) and Sabrient Systems.

Carr currently manages a private equity portfolio via Fathom Lab. He serves on the Board of Directors of iMemories, AudioEye and Chiral Research, three Arizona-founded technology/science companies. He is a former tenured professor and government appointee having served as Securities Administrator, Tax Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer. He maintains an affiliation with Arizona State University as Research Professor of Finance and is frequently cited in national and international financial media. His research has been published in prestigious academic and professional journals such as the Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and the Financial Analyst Journal. He received his PhD from Indiana University in 1992. Carr is an avid cyclist and father of three daughters.

Jack Zwingli
President | CEO

A well-known executive and market leader in executive compensation and corporate governance, Jack leads Incentive Lab’s overall growth. Before joining Incentive Lab, Jack headed the Information Services division of Farient Advisors, an executive compensation consulting firm, launching a successful pay for performance research service as well as authoring ground breaking research on executive pay and performance. Jack was CEO of GMI Ratings for the merger and integration of three research businesses into what became a global governance leader. He also spent over a decade at Standard & Poor’s (S&P) where he had overall management responsibility for many of S&P’s well-known business lines, driving the global growth of businesses such as the S&P index business.

Jack's public speaking and writing have made him a recognized expert and influential voice on executive compensation, corporate governance and risk analysis. He has been widely quoted and interviewed in various media channels, and recognized as one of the '100 Most Influential Players in Corporate Governance' by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).

Jack earned his B.S. in Marketing from Indiana University and his M.B.A. from Rutgers University.

Roy Saliba
Vice President of Products

As Vice President of Products, Roy is responsible for developing and implementing Incentive Lab’s products and services. With extensive experience in product management and software development, Roy is responsible for defining the overall product strategy, development, and launching of new products and services. Roy works closely with clients, partners, and industry professionals to deliver innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of executive compensation practitioners.

Prior to joining Incentive Lab, Roy served as the Vice President of Product Management at Equity Methods and as a Senior Product Manager at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he was responsible for the overall strategy and management of financial reporting products used by large public companies to properly value and account for their equity compensation instruments.

Roy holds both Finance and Computer Information System degrees from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.

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