Ex-FCA chief exec Martin Wheatley nets £827k salary

Total pay of £710k in previous financial year

Jenna Towler
Ex-FCA chief exec Martin Wheatley nets £827k salary

Martin Wheatley, the former chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), had a pay package of more than £800,000 in his final stint at the regulator, its annual report reveals.

The report states his full remuneration hit £827,000 for the financial year ending 31 March 2016. This includes payment for up until 31 July this year, the regulator said, in accordance with his contract....

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