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Which accountancy body pays its CEO the most?
17 July 2017
ICAEW’s Michael Izza is still sitting pretty as the top-paid CEO among the accountancy bodies. Izza (pictured) took home a cool £570,000 after a pay rise of £16,000 in 2016.
Next up comes ICAS CEO Anton Colella, with a tidy sum of £416,000. This figure includes a bonus of £105,000.
CIPFA have, after years of PQ magazine campaigning, finally released Rob Whitman’s salary. He was paid £259,166 for 2016 and £235,093 in 2015.
What is happening at CIMA is less straightforward, with Charles Tilley replaced by Andrew Harding during the year. If you take the five-month salary and add it up it comes to £242,000. However, the annual report doesn’t put a name next to the job title, which seems a little crass.
Finally, there is the AAT’s Mark Farrar, who was paid £179,000 following a £5,000 pay rise.
• ACCA is to release its annual report later this year.
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