Once upon a time, the two main Irish banks were among the most profitable in Europe.
They faced little competition, were almost a duopoly, sprung few surprises and their shares were placed by investors and their stockbrokers in the “Granny shares” category – to be passed down through the generations .
But since the mid 1980s, the dynamics and pressures on bank chief executives and their management teams have proved relentless –with aggressive fund...
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