Barclays has uncovered it really is suspending the payment of share awards to its previous manager Jes Staley amid ongoing investigations into his romance with the late sexual intercourse offender Jeffery Epstein.
Mr Staley, who stepped down from the FTSE 100 financial institution in November, was staying handled as a “very good leaver”.
At the time, it was announced that he would pocket an yearly payout of £2.4m in dollars and shares moreover a £120,000 pension allowance and other rewards.
He owns 5.7m shares really worth around £10m and was also entitled to as lots of as 11.4m shares valued at £22.5m if the financial institution hits targets in coming a long time. The frozen awards are imagined to contain a 2019 bonus topic to effectiveness in between 2019 and 2021. It was worthy of up to £3.3m.
Barclays mentioned almost 70laptop of Mr Staley’s variable remuneration remains unvested, introducing it hadn’t made any even more decisions with regards to the former boss’ pay back.
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