Vistry to consult again on bonus plans after shareholder revolt


Almost half of Vistry shareholders have voted against executive pay policy

Housebuilder Vistry has indicated it may reconsider its current bonus policy following a revolt by shareholders.

At its annual meeting yesterday, almost half of shareholders voted against its remuneration plans for long-term bonus payments.

Vistry, which owns Bovis Homes, is led by chief executive Greg Fitzgerald, who was paid nearly £2.5m last year, more than half a million of which came as a bonus. 

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