Kenny tipped for non-executive director’s role at Goodbody
Bank of China wants former taoiseach to take up position at stockbroking firm after takeover
Bank of China is believed to be lining up Enda Kenny for a role at Goodbody when it completes the takeover of the stockbroker.
It is understood that the bank wants the former taoiseach as a non-executive director of the brokers.
The board of Goodbody is expected to change significantly when the giant Chinese company completes the takeover. Bank of China is expected to replace a number of directors when the deal is done.
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