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WPP boss’s controversial incentive scheme has made him the highest-paid chief executive in the FTSE 100

Sir Martin Sorrell has been awarded more than £40m in 2016 in the final payout from WPP’s controversial incentive plan, meaning he has received more than £200m in pay, bonuses and awards from long-term schemes in the last five years.

Sorrell, the founder and chief executive of the world’s largest marketing services group, received the maximum possible payout from WPP’s controversial LEAP incentive scheme last year – £41.56m.

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