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Sir Fred Goodwin

About Sir Fred Goodwin

Sir Frederick Anderson Goodwin (Born: August 17, 1958) is a Scottish banker and former chief executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland. According to reports, Goodwin refused to give up his £700000 annual pension which according to experts will cost almost £30m to buy in the open market. Reports say he will still receive a pension of £416000 a year even if legal action over his "reward for failure" retirement package succeeds.

Personal Biography


Goodwin did his CA, DUniv, FCIBS, FCIB, LLD.

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