Former NIB boss has disqualification reduced

Former National Irish Bank chief executive Barry Seymour has had his disqualification as a director reduced from nine years to five.

6th December, 2011
Former NIB boss has disqualification reduced
Barry Seymour

Former National Irish Bank chief executive Barry Seymour has had his disqualification as a director reduced from nine years to five.

Supreme Court judge Fidelma Macken said Seymour was "the wrong man in the wrong place at the wrong time for the position he was taking over".

Seymour was disqualified following the report of two High Court inspectors into the affairs of National Irish Bank and National Irish Bank Financial Services Ltd. Both banks had...

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