January 2009
EG: Estates Gazette;1/10/2009, Issue 920, p15
Trade Publication
The article discusses the remuneration package of Paul Idzik as group chief executive of DTZ. The former chief operating officer of Barclays has been guaranteed £1.75 million in pay, bonus and share options in his first year in the job. Idzik who started work for DTZ on November 3, 2008, will get a £3.5 million payoff if DTZ is sold. It offers information on the members of the current DTZ board. After the new share issue of DTZ, SGP will control 56-78% of DTZ. It outlines the names of DTZ directors who will relinquish their position.


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