Housebuilder Persimmon's boss in line for 'outrageous' £50m shares windfall despite Theresa May's crackdown on fat-cat pay



The boss of one of Britain’s biggest housebuilders is in line for an ‘outrageous’ £50 million New Year shares windfall despite Theresa May’s crackdown on fat-cat pay.
Persimmon’s chief executive Jeff Fairburn will next month pocket the first chunk of a share bonus worth a total of about £130 million at the current share price, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. The Persimmon incentive scheme, which will see 150 managers share a bonus pot of more than £800 million, is likely to make Fairburn the best-paid FTSE 100 chief executive.
The timing of the payout, one of the largest in UK corporate... read more

 
25 November 2017 in Business, Views: 58
Source: Daily Mail
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