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Bourke brings gravitas to Duffy's right hand

22nd December, 2013
Mark Burke, new chief financial officer at AIB.

David Duffy means business. The AIB chief executive has a reputation, based on his appearances before Oireachtas committees, for being a slick performer whose strengths lie in marketing and messaging. But he also has an eye for talent, it appears. He'd better have an appetite for hard work too.

The appointment last week of IFG chief executive Mark Bourke as the new chief financial officer at AIB suggests Duffy is preparing for some serious institutional...

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