Cineworld bosses’ £27m to leave stricken chain


Cineworld boss and top management team will receive up to £27m combined to leave cinema operator

Cineworld’s boss and his top management team will be paid up to £27million combined to leave the cinema operator after it emerges from Chapter 11 proceedings next month.

Lenders have committed to pay Mooky Greidinger, his brother and deputy chief Israel Greidinger, chief financial officer Nisan Cohen and chief commercial officer Renana Teperberg between £23million and £27million in cash within a year of their exit, according to the Financial Times.

Brighter outlook: Cineworld expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection in July

Brighter outlook: Cineworld expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection in July

Cineworld declined to comment. 

The world’s second-largest movie theatre chain operator after AMC Entertainment expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection in July.



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