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Time to turn the page on banks’ entitlement culture

As was inevitable, Johan Thijs, the chief executive of KBC Group, issued an apology on Friday night for the comments he had made a day earlier urging the Irish Central Bank to move on from the tracker mortgage scandal

17th November, 2019

As was inevitable, Johan Thijs, the chief executive of KBC Group, issued an apology on Friday night for the comments he had made a day earlier urging the Irish Central Bank to move on from the tracker mortgage scandal.

On Thursday morning, Thijs was speaking about its business in Ireland and the money it set aside to cover the tracker mortgage scandal. Responding to analysts’ questions, Thijs said: “What is still an annoying thing is...

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