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Barclays Bank bosses 'not in tune with shareholders'

Barclays Bank bosses are not in tune with shareholders' opinion, a shareholder representative has told the BBC.

Sarah Wilson spoke to Susannah Streeter outside the Royal Festival Hall in London, where she is attending the bank's annual general meeting.

It is thought almost a third of investors could vote against Barclays Bank's pay plans.

Last year the bank's chief executive, Bob Diamond, received pay and bonuses adding up to £6.3m, even though share prices have been falling.

  • 27 Apr 2012
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