Asos boss set for �24m

James Thompson
May 2012
Evening Standard;5/24/2012, p61
NICK Robertson, the chief executive of Asos, is set to pick up nearly �24 million in shares over the next 16 months after the online fashion specialist hit the targets of a threeyear management incentive plan. The bumper payout for the cofounder of Asos and seven other senior employees was revealed as the group posted a 43% leap in underlying profits to �40.9 million over the year to March 31, driven by strong growth in overseas revenues and group margins.


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