Birmingham denies Rogers in line for £500k exit package

By Jamie Hailstone | 24 February 2017

Birmingham City Council has denied that outgoing chief executive Mark Rogers is in line for a £500,000 exit package.

It is believed terms and conditions have been agreed and will be considered at a committee meeting today, with a paper outlining the settlement going before full council on Tuesday.

A well-placed source suggested the exit package would be worth in the region of £500,000.

The council today claimed this figure was 'inaccurate' but has not commented on the size of the settlement.

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