Amid the widening scandal in the financial-services sector, WA’s biggest health insurer has offered a shining example of transparency by disclosing the pay packets of its top executives as it reported an increased annual profit of $60.81 million.
HBF, which owns $1.85 billion in assets, revealed in its annual report that chief executive John Van Der Wielen earned $1.43 million in total remuneration in the year to June 30, with chairman Tony Crawford pocketing $259,636, and other non-executive directors up to $150,481.
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