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Management: Phil Nolan and Peter Lynch

Pay: Chief executive Phil Nolan, who told a British Sunday newspaper this summer that he may be interested in a running a top FTSE 100 company, was paid €1.28 million, including a €511,868 performance bonus, in the year to the end of March 2005. Phil

8th October, 2005

Phil Nolan

Pay: Chief executive Phil Nolan, who told a British Sunday newspaper this summer that he may be interested in a running a top FTSE 100 company, was paid €1.28 million, including a €511,868 performance bonus, in the year to the end of March 2005.

The package included a company car and a payment of €22,440 to help him buy out shares awarded under the Key Executive Share Award Plan. The previous year, Nolan was paid...

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