BusinessCompany NewsDyrbus rakes in £2.4m at Imperial Tobacco

Dyrbus rakes in £2.4m at Imperial Tobacco

Cigarette giant FD's pay packet rises by £600,000, FTSE 100 company's annual report shows

Robert Dyrbus pay packet has risen to almost £2.5m after executive share
schemes came to fruition,
Imperial
Tobacco
breakdowns have shown.

The vesting of shares awarded by the cigarette producer under its long-term
incentive plan and a share matching scheme linked to his bonus swelled Dyrbus’
income by £1.1m.

As of 1 October, Dyrbus’ base salary has been raised to £575,000 from
£530,000 previously.

The company also said that auditors PricewaterhouseCoopers had been paid a
total of £5.1m for its services, which included Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and
tax work. PwC’s audit fees for Imperial Tobacco’s associates came in at £2.2m, a
slight decrease compared with the £2.4m the firm earned in 2006.

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