Bank of England governor Mark Carney was paid almost £900,000 last year
Bank of England governor Mark Carney was paid almost £900,000 in the year to February.
Carney, 53, earned a salary of £480,000, along with benefits including a housing allowance worth £252,254 and £147,153 towards his pension.
The governor has not taken a pay rise since his appointment in 2013.
He is due to stand down next year – two years short of the eight that governors usually serve.
One of the leading candidates to succeed him is Andrew Bailey, head of the FCA.