Ohmeda chief's pounds 1.8m payoff

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The Independent Online
ROGER STOLL, the former chief executive of Ohmeda, the healthcare company sold by industrial gases group BOC for pounds 604m earlier this year, received a pounds 1.8m payoff when he resigned in April, according to company accounts.

The payment consisted of two years' salary, plus a bonus of pounds 1.1m connected to the disposal of Ohmeda to a consortium comprising the Finnish company Instrumentarium and two US healthcare groups, Becton Dickinson and Baxter International.

Mr Stoll also exercised share options worth a further pounds 197,000.

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