Claire Beale
Apr 30, 2019

S4 Capital paid Sir Martin Sorrell $180,000 in 2018

S4 Capital, the advertising business Sir Martin Sorrell launched after leaving WPP last year, has published its first annual report.

S4 Capital, the company launched by Sir Martin Sorrell in May 2018, has issued its first annual report, unveiling that Sorrell was paid US$180,000 for just over six months last year.

Between 23 May and 31 December, Sorrell received 61,000 US$79,000 in salary of an annual salary of 100,000 US $129,000 as well as US$79,000 in bonus and US$23,000 in pension contributions. Sorrell earned $18 million for his last full year...

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