1. UK’s Largest Finance Firms Have Handed Board Members 80% Pay Rise Since 2009

    UK’s Largest Finance Firms Have Handed Board Members 80% Pay Rise Since 2009

    Britain's biggest financial companies have given its board members a near-80% pay rise since 2009, new figures have shown. According to data gathered by the Guardian, average pay for the three highest earning non-executive directors in each of the FTSE 100’s 17 financial firms rose from £90,700 in 2009 to £162,000 a decade later...

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