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Outgoing WH Smith chief executive Kate Swann takes home £3.3m

Posted at 8:33AM Tuesday 11 Dec 2012

WH Smith chief executive Kate Swann collected £3.3m in salary and long term share payouts during her final year in the job, according to the company's annual report.

Swann, who steps down next summer after 10 years, could be entitled to a further £2.6m of payouts tied up in long-term incentive plans.

Guardian

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