Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief executive Martin Wheatley saw his total pay deal from the industry-funded regulator rise by an inflation busting 15% last year to £701,000.
The figure, which includes a £92,000 performance fee, "a non-pensionable supplement in lieu of pension contributions" of £41,000 and the provision of a car and driver, makes Wheatley is the highest paid...
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