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Non-execs get inflation-busting pay rises

Financial Times

By Brian Groom, Business and Employment Editor
Published: March 1 2010 00:21

Non-executive chairmen of FTSE 100 companies have received average pay increases of 6.7 per cent over the past year, outstripping inflation at a time when many staff had their wages frozen, according to research published on Monday.

Royal Dutch Shell had the highest-paid non-executive directors at £111,550 a year and also the third highest-paid chairman.


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