Philip Hammond joins board of Irish firm on salary of £125,000

Philip Hammond joins board of Irish firm on salary of £125,000
 

The former chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond has found a job worth about £125,000 a year within a week of stepping down as an MP.
He has become a non-executive director of Irish metal and glass packaging firm Ardagh, which is listed on the New York stock exchange. The firm said Hammond had joined its board and would serve on its audit committee, which oversees financial reporting and disclosure.
Stock market filings from the US show that Ardagh, owned and chaired by Irish billionaire Paul Coulson, paid four “non-employee” directors $800,000 (£622,000) between them last year.... read more

 
12 November 2019 in Politics, Views: 79
Source: Guardian
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