A former HBOS banker who signed off the firm's financial accounts in years leading up to its collapse collected £143,000 last year from life company consolidation vehicle Resolution.
Former finance chief Phil Hodkinson, who oversaw HBOS' books between 2005 and 2006, received four separate payouts for his part-time role at Resolution, the Daily Mail reports.
As senior independent director on the board, he received £25,000 on top of his basic fee of £67,500.
He also received £25,000 for sitting on the group's audit committee, £10,000 for being on the nomination committee, and a further £15,000 for his role on the remuneration committee.
His total of £142,500 compares to £128,000 the previous year for the same role.
Resolution is in the process of integrating its acquisitions of Friends Life, Bupa funds and AXA's UK life business.
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