Silly Money, António Horta-Osório £60 Million Earnings

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António Horta-Osório.

So here are my thoughts on the banking system and how the average Joe sloggs their guts out to make a living and tries to save his fiat money, but with cost of inflation on goods and services the pittence that he saves may take its toll on his health due to the greed of the banks. Yet we read in the news that Lloyds Bank Chief Executive António Horta-Osório who has worked at the bank for 20 years is planning on steppling down.

What infuriates me the most is for every year he works at the bank his salary, wait for it…….is £3 million, yes you heard me right in the 20 years he has worked there he earnt £60 million.

So here is an average salary of other professions in USD:

Anesthesiologist
Salary: $265,990
Stress level: High
Work-life balance: Low

Surgeon
Salary: $251,890
Stress level: High
Work-life balance: Low

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
Salary: $242,740
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

Obstetrician and Gynecologist
Salary: $235,240
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

Orthodontist
Salary: $229,380
Stress level: Below average
Work-life balance: Above average

Psychiatrist
Salary: $216,090
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Average

Physician
Salary: $198,370
Stress level: High
Work-life balance: Average

Prosthodontist
Salary: $196,960
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

Pediatrician
Salary: $187,540
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Average

Dentist
Salary: $174,110
Stress level: Average
Work-life balance: Above average

Nurse Anesthetist
Salary: $169,450
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

Petroleum Engineer
Salary: $154,780
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

IT Manager
Salary: $149,730
Stress level: High
Work-life balance: Below average

Podiatrist
Salary: $148,470
Stress level: Average
Work-life balance: Average

Marketing Manager
Salary: $145,620
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

Financial Manager
Salary: $143,530
Stress level: High
Work-life balance: Average

Lawyer
Salary: $141,890
Stress level: High
Work-life balance: Below average

Sales Manager
Salary: $137,650
Stress level: High
Work-life balance: Below average

Financial Advisor
Salary: $124,140
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Average

Business Operations Manager
Salary: $123,460
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

Pharmacist
Salary: $121,710
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Below average

Optometrist
Salary: $119,100
Stress level: Average
Work-life balance: Above average

Actuary
Salary: $114,850
Stress level: Average
Work-life balance: Average

Political Scientist
Salary: $112,030
Stress level: Average
Work-life balance: Average

Medical and Health Services Manager
Salary: $111,680
Stress level: Above average
Work-life balance: Above average

The professions mentioned above have more responsibilities than a mere CEO who has all his indians doing the work reporting back to the Chief, whilst he sits in his Posh Office dictacting and pen pushing and he gets £3 Million Salary a year…….. That is a disgrace and I am sick to my gut thinking that people around the world live in poverty, whilst these people are just blood sucking vultures, that feed off others.

How can they look themselves in the mirror in the mornings when they set astomonimal charges and rob people blind. How many people in this world have committed suicide because they owed money to the banks.

I have often wondered how bank charges are calculated and for example to bank a foreign cheque with Santander is £10 but what if I wanted to bank a £10 equivilant amount the bank would eat up my profit. I have been told in the past it is not worth banking the cheque as I would loose money. So how do you get your earnings if the bank takes all the money from the cheque? So if I had 100,000 £10 equivalnt current foreign cheques and the bank charged me £10 for each cheque I tried to bank and if I were stupid they would make £1M off me and I would not see a penny lol.

This is a downright disgrace and myself aswell of millions of other people are lining these CEO’s pockets whilst we are left to struggle to make ends meet. So if I earn £10 through selling a book but it is in foreign currency and the bank charges me £10 to process the payment I have in theory given the bank £10 and have made no money on the sale, yet the bank has made money off the sale and I have not made a single dime.

I have one question how can the likes of António Horta-Osório justify £60 Million Earnings?

How to profit off the poor is all I can say and no wonder in every picture I have seen online he is grinning like a cheshire cat.

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