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Ebos CEO gets 58% remuneration bump

The company has seen a solid start to the 2023 financial year.

Ebos CEO John Cullity.

The annual report for dual-listed healthcare and animal care company Ebos shows chief executive John Cullity got a 58% increase in his total remuneration in the 2022 financial year.

His total annual compensation rose to A$5.85 million for the year to June 2022, compared with A$3.7m in 2021, mainly

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Fiona Rotherham Mon, 31 Oct 2022
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