Incentive plan pushes Standard Life chief's pay up to £5m

Macdonald, Sam
April 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);4/2/2013, p9
The article reports on the overall pay of David Nish, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Standard Life Assurance Ltd. in 2012 reached to 5 million British pound sterling. It states that the total pay of Nish includes base salary of 775, 000 pounds, annual bonus of 2 million, and 2.8 million incentive plan. It also mentions that Nish will receive a 2 percent pay increase in 2013 which would make his salary reached to 790, 000 pounds.


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