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Fletcher CEO pay jumps but total exec pay falls

Jenny Ruth
Thu, 19 Aug 2021

Chief executive Ross Taylor took home a lot more pay in 2021. (Image: supplied)
Jenny Ruth
Thu, 19 Aug 2021
Fletcher Building chief executive Ross Taylor took home a much fatter pay packet for the year ended June this year than last year's covid-reduced package.The annual report showed his remuneration totalled $4,912,919 this year, up from $1,965,104 last year, even though his base pay fell by $9,229.The report said the fall in base remuneration was a result of the 30% pay reduction due to covid-19 that was in place from the June quarter, or fourth quarter of the previous year, through to the end of September last year.But he received no short-t...

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