Britain’s largest banks awarded pay packets worth a combined 26.4 million pounds ($36.8 million) for the 2015 performance of their chief executives, including those who left their posts during the year. Lloyds Banking Group CEO Antonio Horta-Osorio was the highest paid, beating HSBC Holdings Plc’s Stuart Gulliver who got his lowest compensation package since taking the helm in 2011.

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