BRISBANE'S BIGGEST EARNERS 2015

BRISBANE'S BIGGEST EARNERS 2015

BRISBANE'S highest earning bosses are making more money than some of the city's top 50 publicly listed companies.

However, the collective salary of Brisbane's top ten highest earning CEOs and managing directors has shrinked year on year, from $37.31 million to a meagre $31.47 million.

They hail from a broad spectrum of industry, with financial services, transportation, consumer services, commercial services, capital goods, software services, energy and utilities all represented in the following list. 

Brisbane highest earning boss, who is poised to leave his company before the end of the calendar year, takes home a salary of $25,000 per day.

Three of Brisbane's top ten highest earners are fronting companies that experienced profit losses in their most recent reporting periods.
 

1. Patrick Snowball

Suncorp Group (SUN) - $9,122.00

2. Lance E Hockridge

Aurizon Holdings (AZJ) - $5,121.00

3. Robbie Cooke

Tatts Group (TTS) - $3,071.80

4. John Borghetti

Virgin Australia Holdings (VAH) - $2,776.00

5. Don Meij

Domino's Pizza Enterprises (DMP) - $2,242.56

6. Peter Charles Crowley

GWA Group (GWA) - $2,142.80

7. Greg Kilmister

ALS (ALQ) - $2,036.67

8. Craig Scroggie

NEXTDC (NXT) - $1,723.16

9. Shane Stephan

New Hope Corporation (NHC) - $1,723.16

10. Greg Pritchard

Energy Developments (ENE) - $1,592.34

 

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