Anthony Rabin, finance director of PFI building group Balfour Beatty, saw his total pay rise by 13 per cent last year.
Rabin’s total remuneration was up from £361,528 to £409,282, annual report and accounts reveal.
Rabin, 49, has been extensively involved with the group’s PFI business, having previously been managing director of Balfour Beatty Capital Projects, the arm of the group responsible for PFI initiatives.
Last month, the UK’s biggest construction company reported a 15% increase in profits before exceptional items and goodwill amortisation on the back of the government contracts.
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