Lindsell Train has paid a director £8.2m on the back of profit growth of almost 50%, beating the pay of the executives of the UK's biggest asset managers.
The firm reported a 46% rise in pre-tax profit to £55.6m for the year to January, while investment performance and inflows pushed AUM to £16.3bn, a 24% rise. Gallery: Five charts reflecting the CEO pay at...
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