Thomas Cook's ex chief executive Harriet Green has been handed a shares bonus worth £5.7 million.
Green is to donate a third to charity in the wake of the deaths of Christi and Bobby Shepherd from carbon monoxide poisoning on holiday in Corfu, the company said.
Ms Green was the subject of accusations by the mother of Bobbi and Christi Shepherd over a claim she used their memory to gain public sympathy.
Mother of Bobby and Christi Shepherd says Thomas Cook apology was 'too little too late' as she calls for greater safety standards.
ITV news has learned that former Thomas Cook CEO Harriet Green will donate to charity a third of shares she is entitled to.
Thomas Cook chief executive Harriet Green is reportedly due to receive a personal bonus of £10.5m.