Monday April 6, 2020

O’Mahony waived right to his CRH cash payment of €600,000

Former CRH chief executive Liam O’Mahony waived his right to receive a cash payment of almost €600,000 from the company last year, bringing to almost €2 million the income he has waived over the past three years.

14th March, 2009

Former CRH chief executive Liam O’Mahony waived his right to receive a cash payment of almost €600,000 from the company last year, bringing to almost €2 million the income he has waived over the past three years.

O’Mahony, who retired at the end of last December after nine years in charge, declined a payment of €587,000 - the third time he has done so.

The payment related to pension benefits forgone...

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