Helloworld exec pay revealed
Helloworld Travel Limited paid its five most senior executives a total of $2.4 million in 2020/21, with the pandemic significantly impacting the income of those at the top.
The overall figure was down by more than a third on the previous financial year, with the company’s top earner being Chief Financial Officer David Hall, whose package was worth $580,161, including a base salary of $360,000 plus superannuation and $184,500 in share-based payments under Helloworld’s COVID-19 Related Retention Plan.
Group GM Corporate Nick Sutherland was the second highest paid HLO executive, receiving $488,662 including $336,462 in base pay & $123,000 in share-based payments.
CEO Andrew Burnes took home $421,271 including a base salary of $373,423, while Executive Director Cinzia Burnes had total remuneration of $388,040, including a $330,000 base salary.
Rounding out the top ranks at Helloworld was GM Government Services Rohan Moss whose total package was worth $387,651, including his $259,485 salary plus share based payments worth $98,400 for the year.
Chris Hunter, who became GM of Helloworld New Zealand part way through the year (TD 13 Oct 2020), received a total package worth $152,653 in 2020/21.