The former Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Sir Fred Goodwin bowed to public anger today by agreeing to give up more than £200,000 a year of his controversial pension.
Is your anger appeased? Or does the following still rankle?
Under the deal, Goodwin will be paid £342,500 a year, down from the £555,000 set in February when he took out a £2.8m lump sum on which RBS paid the tax. He will keep the lump sum and the £2.6m bonus he was paid in his last year at the company.
I guess the RBS staff facing redundancy may not be entirely happy ...