£17m bonus bonanza for top Barclays bosses despite string of scandals

19/02/2013 20:51
 

Five top bosses at Barclays will share a jackpot worth up to £17million despite being tainted by a string of scandals.

Those in line for the ‘wildly misjudged’ bonanza include chief executive Antony Jenkins and Rich Ricci, the controversial investment bank boss.

They could pocket up to £2.2million and £6million respectively from deferred shares bonuses awarded in 2010.

 

Striking it rich: The bank's top five bosses are set to share the jackpot despite a string of scandals

Striking it rich: The bank's top five bosses are set to share the jackpot despite a string of scandals

A  portion of this will be paid out in May, with the remainder triggering at the end of the year and dished out the following May.

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