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Jimmy Choo boss paid £5m for two months' work

Jimmy Choo’s chief executive Pierre Denis received a £5.35m pay and perks package for two months’ work.

In its annual accounts for the year to December 31, 2014, the luxury footwear brand revealed Denis received a £5.15m long term share award between the date of its flotation on October 22 and the end of the financial year.

He was also paid a percentage of his £650,000 base salary - equivalent to £128,000 - a £55,000 cash bonus and £23,000 in other benefits and allowances, including pension payments, a company car, private school fees for one of his children, private healthcare and an allowance to spend on Jimmy Choo products.

Denis was named chief executive of Jimmy Choo in July 2012, joining from the same position at John Galliano.

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