Top executives are paid too much and company reserves are too high, report says

MPs have called for an overhaul of the management of the Motability car leasing scheme for disabled drivers after concerns were raised over its “totally unacceptable” pay for top executives.

Two select committees – Treasure and work and pensions – say the £1.7m earned by the scheme’s chief executive, Mike Betts, in 2017 was unjustifiable at a monopoly provider effectively sustained by public money.

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