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BBC World Service Annual Review 2001 | 2002
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Notes to the financial statements
3 Employees and remuneration
3c Management Board remuneration
The members of the Management Board who served during the year are shown on the Management Board page. The remuneration report contains more information on the remuneration policy of the BBC for the BBC World Service Management Board. The remuneration of the permanently appointed members of the Management Board is set out below.
2002
£000
2001
£000
Management Board emoluments 1,964.2 1,413.3
Employer's pension contributions 69.1 52.2
2,033.3 1,465.5
Following the re-shaping of the Board, nine regional and professional heads joined the Board in October 2000, increasing the Board to 17 members. Therefore, comparative figures for 2001 include the remuneration of these Board members for part of the year only, whereas the 2002 figures include a full year.
Due to an internal restructuring in the year, a redundancy payment of £86,000 was made, which is in addition to the above figures.
The highest paid member of the Management Board in the year was Mark Byford, Director, BBC World Service and Global News. The aggregate of his emoluments to 31 March 2002 was £294,000 (2001 £280,000). As a member of the BBC's defined benefit scheme his total accrued annual pension at 31 March 2002 was £75,000 (2001 £66,000).
16 of the 17 permanently appointed members of the Management Board have retirement benefits accruing under the BBC Pension Scheme (2001 17 members).
 
 
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