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Mervyn King Salary Is £283,564

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Governor Mervyn King, whose own pay rose to 283,564 pounds ($567,000) last year, is vying to keep analysts and government statisticians from choosing record bonuses at banks over civil service wages

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...&refer=home

So he is worth he wait in Gold?

That means he can afford a place worth about £1 million using the traditional 3.5 times income. Or £3 million using the more recent 10 times income :rolleyes:

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Governor Mervyn King, whose own pay rose to 283,564 pounds ($567,000) last year, is vying to keep analysts and government statisticians from choosing record bonuses at banks over civil service wages

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...&refer=home

So he is worth he wait in Gold?

He's being paid nothing in comparison to some of his other banking chums in the City.

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He's being paid nothing in comparison to some of his other banking chums in the City.

Agreed, absolute peanuts. He can walk into any lucrative job he likes once he retires though, imagine his network of contacts .. .

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