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Danske Bank: Danske is doing what works

Danske Bank's country manager for Ireland, Terry Browne, explains why a focus on corporate and institutional banking is the key to its future in Ireland, writes Margaret O'Brien.

17th November, 2013
Terry Browne, country manager, Danske Bank.

The banking sector in Ireland has had its ups and downs during 2013. As withdrawals and closures dominate the headlines, it is difficult to notice the positive stories that lie beneath.

When Danske Bank announced earlier this month that it was to withdraw from the personal and business banking market in Ireland, little attention was paid to the sizeable corporate and institutional banking (CIB) part of the business that the bank will not only retain, but...

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