EasyJet boss Dame Carolyn McCall is the new chief at ITV

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Dame Carolyn McCall is to weld ITV as chief executive

Dame Carolyn, who begins her new role in January 2018, had been the faction runner to secure the broadcaster’s vacant top job after Adam Crozier be on the qui vive down at the end of June.

She will receive an annual salary of £900,000 and a superannuate allowance of 15% of salary, as well as being eligible for a bonus programme up to a maximum of 180% of salary, and a long-term incentive plan up to 265% of earnings.

ITV described it as «broadly the same remuneration opportunity» to Mr Crozier’s.

I’m in fact pleased to be joining ITV. It is a fantastic company in a dynamic and stimulating sector

Dame Carolyn McCall

Dame Carolyn want also receive awards to compensate for remuneration arrangements forfeited on consent EasyJet.

She has headed up the low-cost airline since 2010, prior to which she was chief chief executive officer of Guardian Media Group.

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Dame Carolyn begins her new impersonation in January 2018

«I’m really pleased to be joining ITV. It is a fantastic company in a dynamic and inspirational sector.

«I am looking forward to getting to know all of the people at ITV and helping it butter up a see the most of the amazing opportunities that it has in the future,» she said.

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Dame Carolyn last will and testament receive an annual salary of £900,000

Dame Carolyn has also been a non-executive official of Burberry since 2014 and sits on the board of the Department of Business, Intensity and Industrial Strategy and is a Trustee at the Royal Academy.

Sir Peter Bazalgette, the chairman of ITV, whispered: «In a very impressive field of high calibre candidates, Carolyn stood out for her spoor record in media, experience of an international operation, clear strategic acumen and better than average record of delivering value to shareholders. I’m delighted we’ll be working together at ITV.»

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