Greencore awards chief executive €1.2m in share options
Over a million shares from 2013 performance plan will be paid out to Patrick Coveney over a number of years
Greencore has awarded Patrick Coveney, its chief executive, more than £1.1 million (€1.2 million) in share options.
A regulatory filing by the consumer foods giant shows the award of just over one million shares from its 2013 performance plan to the chief executive, which will be paid out over a number of years and depend on it meeting certain financial targets and shareholder returns.
Dublin-headquartered Greencore, which supplies all the main British supermarkets with sandwiches and...
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