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Former Supergroup finance boss misses out on £2.6m windfall

The former chief financial officer of Supergroup missed out on shares worth £2.6m when he stepped down from the role after being declared bankrupt in February.

Shaun Wills, who had held the role for three years, would have been entitled to 172,323 shares worth £2.6m and missed out on an annual bonus worth £255,000, according to The Telegraph.

The company’s annual report shows Wills had a base salary of £275,000 when he left.

He was declared bankrupt as a result of a private tax dispute with HM Revenue & Customs that took place before he joined Supergroup. He repaid the money and his bankruptcy was annulled in April and has since joined Jacques Vert Group.

Supergroup’s annual report also revealed that chief executive Euan Sutherland can stand to earn £3.1m in total pay this year if performance targets are met.

His base salary is £675,000 this year, according to the newspaper.

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