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COMMENT: €100k becomes magic definition of "over paid"

The outcry about bankers salaries continues. Irish Life and Permanent has become the latest target for some clever information-fishing by Sinn Fein’s Pearse Doherty, writes Richard Curran.

14th November, 2012
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It now appears that we are shifting from €200,000 being “Mickey Mouse money” five years ago to general criticism of anyone earning over €100,000 per year, writes Richard Curran.

The public outcry about bankers salaries continues. Irish Life and Permanent has become the latest target for some clever information-fishing by Sinn Fein’s Pearse Doherty.

Responses to his queries last week highlighted how there are six executives in IBRC earning more than €500,000 per year. This week it’s how Irish Life & Permanent has 57 executives earning more than €150,000 per year. In fact there are 18 of them on between €200,000 and...

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