Bosses at Britain’s biggest banks are paid on average 120 times more than the median pay of their U.K. employees according to bank documents - Reuters Reports.
Lloyds Banking Group was revealed to have the widest pay difference, with Chief Executive Antonio Horta-Osorio on 169 times as much as the median paid employee on £37,058, the company’s annual report showed last Wednesday.
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