This writer has always been struck by the ability of a number of Allied Irish Banks chairmen to add additional fuel to their already combustible shareholder gatherings.
In previous years, former chairman Lochlann Quinn could not stop himself from entering into verbal engagement with lively participants from the floor.
When the bank should have been contrite over the $691 million losses of trader John Rusnak, onlookers would marvel at how the AIB chairman would use...
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