TITLE

BACKGROUND TO THE BAILOUT PETER BILL LOOKS AT THE DTZ PROSPECTUS

PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
EG: Estates Gazette;1/10/2009, Issue 920, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the remuneration package of Paul Idzik as group chief executive of DTZ. The former chief operating officer of Barclays has been guaranteed £1.75 million in pay, bonus and share options in his first year in the job. Idzik who started work for DTZ on November 3, 2008, will get a £3.5 million payoff if DTZ is sold. It offers information on the members of the current DTZ board. After the new share issue of DTZ, SGP will control 56-78% of DTZ. It outlines the names of DTZ directors who will relinquish their position.
ACCESSION #
36806726

 

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