VST - Vistra Energy Corp.

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Vistra Energy Corp.

6555 Sierra Drive
Irving, TX 75039
United States

Full Time Employees5,275

Key Executives

NameTitlePayExercisedYear Born
Mr. Curtis A. MorganPres, CEO & Director3.41MN/A1961
Mr. James A. BurkeExec. VP & COO2.2MN/A1968
Mr. Stephen J. MuscatoChief Commercial Officer & Sr. VP of Vistra Corp. Services1.35MN/A1971
Mr. Scott A. HudsonSr. VP of Vistra Corp. Services & Pres of Retail1.32MN/A1964
Mr. David A. CampbellExec. VP & CFON/AN/A1968
Amounts are as of December 31, 2018 and compensation values are for the last fiscal year ending on that date. Pay is salary, bonuses, etc. Exercised is the value of options exercised during the fiscal year. Currency in USD.


Vistra Energy Corp., through its subsidiaries, engages in electricity business in the United States. It operates through Retail, ERCOT, PJM, NY/NE, and MISO segments. The company retails electricity and other related services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers under the TXU and Value Based brands in Texas; Dynegy Energy Services brand name in Massachusetts, Ohio, Illinois, and Pennsylvania; and Homefield Energy brand name in Illinois. It is also involved in the electricity generation, wholesale energy sales and purchases, commodity risk management, fuel production, and fuel logistics management activities. As of August 21, 2019, the company served approximately 3.7 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers. It has a production capacity of approximately 41,000 megawatts with a portfolio of natural gas, nuclear, coal, solar, and battery storage facilities. The company was formerly known as TCEH Corp. and changed its name to Vistra Energy Corp. in November 2016. Vistra Energy Corp. was founded in 1912 and is headquartered in Irving, Texas.

Corporate Governance

Vistra Energy Corp.’s ISS Governance QualityScore as of October 4, 2019 is 8. The pillar scores are Audit: 1; Board: 10; Shareholder Rights: 8; Compensation: 1.

Corporate governance scores courtesy of Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS). Scores indicate decile rank relative to index or region. A decile score of 1 indicates lower governance risk, while a 10 indicates higher governance risk.