Reckitt Benckiser FD Colin Day yesterday boosted his personal funds when he
exercised and sold share options worth £1.9m.
The Financial Times reported that the company’s share price fell up
to 2.5% after Day sold his stock.
The share price closed yesterday at £31.36, down from its close the previous
day of £32.16.
According to Reckitt’s 2008 annual report Day was paid £415,000 in basic
salary and £1.2m in bonuses.
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