Corporate responsibility is serious business for Bank of Ireland

19th June, 2016
Pictured at the Business in the Community Member CEOs Networking Event was Richie Boucher, Group Chief Executive of Bank of Ireland (right) accepting the Business Working Responsibly Mark on behalf of the bank from Kieran McGowan, Chair of Business in the Community Ireland

Businesses are taking corporate responsibility a lot more seriously these days and are eager to broadcast their achievements. In 2015, Bank of Ireland ranked first among companies in Ireland for the generosity of its workforce, according to research carried out by the national network group Business in the Community.

Bank of Ireland Group is proud of its achievement, the details of which can be read in the bank’s second Responsible Business Report published earlier this year,...

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