Nationwide chief Beale gets thirtieths' pension

Jones, Lee
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p68
The article reports on Nationwide Building Society chief executive Graham Beale's pension which is based on 1/30th accruals that marvelled the pension experts. National reveals that Beale can accrue a pension of 1/30th of salary for each year of service with David Rigney and Stuart Bernau. In April 2009, Beale earned £1.55 million while the pension transfer value is £4 million.


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