Mr Hurley earned the equivalent of $377,000 last year, including pension benefits.
Figures published in the Financial Times newspaper showed this is the second highest salary in the eurozone after the $486,000 package of Dutch central bank head Nout Wellink.
However, the central banks of Italy and Spain do not publish
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