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Royal Mail under fire over £6m payment to incoming chief - Financial Times

Financial TimesRoyal Mail under fire over £6m payment to incoming chiefFinancial TimesMr Back will receive a base salary of £640,000 as Royal Mail group chief executive and a cash pension allowance of 17.5 per cent of base salary, in addition to a potential annual bonus of 200 per cent of salary. Royal Mail said as part of the contract ...and more »16-05-2018

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Royal Mail under fire over £6m payment to incoming chief
Financial Times
Mr Back will receive a base salary of £640,000 as Royal Mail group chief executive and a cash pension allowance of 17.5 per cent of base salary, in addition to a potential annual bonus of 200 per cent of salary. Royal Mail said as part of the contract ...

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