Youngest boss of a British public company took just two weeks’ maternity leave


Youngest boss of a British public company took JUST two weeks’ maternity leave

  • Clare Nesbitt is the boss of shop shop chain Footasylum
  • Nesbitt had a child shortly before Footasylum floated on the London Stock Exchange 

City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail

Clare Nesbitt had a child shortly before shoe-shop chain Footasylum floated 

Clare Nesbitt had a child shortly before shoe-shop chain Footasylum floated 

Clare Nesbitt had a child shortly before shoe-shop chain Footasylum floated 

The youngest boss of a British public company had her childcare costs paid by the business because she returned to work a fortnight after having a baby.

Clare Nesbitt had a child shortly before shoe-shop chain Footasylum – whose co-founder is David Makin, Nesbitt’s father – floated on the London Stock Exchange for £171million.

She was paid a total of £197,279 in the year to February 24. 

Nesbitt pocketed a £148,566 base salary and £7,428 towards her pension.

Another £41,285 was doled out in benefits to the 31-year-old – including an £11,000 car allowance and private medical insurance, plus what are described as ‘certain living expenses’.

A spokesman said the payments stopped before the float and related to Nesbitt’s maternity leave.

 

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