Lord Turner, the chairman of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), has admitted the £350,000 remuneration package offered to Money Advice Service (MAS) chief executive Tony Hobman was "a bit too high".
The issue was among the key areas of focus of MPs on the Treasury Select Committee sub-committee yesterday, as they continued to take evidence as part of an inquiry into the service. Asked by Conservative...
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