Lloyds CEO: Nine bankers earn more than my £3.4m

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Lloyds Banking Group has been forced to reveal that up to nine of its employees earned more than the £3.4m paid to chief executive Eric Daniels.

The admission by Lloyds came as pressure mounted on the FSA to provide more information about the numbers of bankers earning more than £1m across the six leading UK banks, reports the Guardian. Andrew...

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