Poynter takes home a packet

Poynter takes home a packet

Twenty percent rise in salary

Kieran Poynter, the chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers – the UK’s biggest
accounting firm – earned £2.5m last year, the publication of annual results have
revealed.

His salary was a 20% increase on his pay in the previous 12 months.

All together, PwC’s management board – Poynter and 10 senior partners –
earned a total of £14m, up from £12m the previous year.

Despite his record pay Poynter is still second to KPMG’s Mike Rake who picked
up more than £3m last year in salary and bonuses.

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