Friday February 28, 2020

Market Talk with Ian Guider

It’s early days yet, but Bank of Ireland’s approach seems noticeably different under Francesca McDonagh

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

12th November, 2017
Francesca McDonagh: a new perspective Pic: Rollingnews

Francesca McDonagh’s ap pointment as Richie Boucher’s successor as chief executive of Bank of Ireland was one of the most fascinating moves in recent years. Just what would the British banker do with the institution that survived the financial crisis as the least worst Irish bank? We’re beginning to get a glimpse of the new regime at Bank of Ireland, perhaps even more quickly than expected.

McDonagh’s first public...

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