During his first year with the group, Cadbury-Schweppes CFO Ken Hanna earned £1.03m.
Hanna, who was appointed in April 2004, took home a basic salary of £354,000 and £555,000 as part of the company’s annual incentive plan. Allowances and other benefits made up the difference.
Cadbury-Schweppes reported a pre-tax profit of £642m for 2004, up on the £564m for 2003.
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