Donohoe yet to respond to banker pay report
The Minister for Finance received the report from consultants Korn Ferry in the spring of 2018
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe is still considering the findings of the report on banker pay, many months after receiving it from consultants.
In early 2018, Donohoe ordered headhunters Korn Ferry to compare the pay and perks of Irish bankers to their international peers at comparable-sized institutions following the departure of a number of high profile executives to roles elsewhere.
He received the report in the spring of 2018.
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