Hodgkinson must hold AIB steady after €13bn outflow

Re-evaluating targets and reviewing plans will be keeping AIB’s recently appointed executive chairman, David Hodgkinson, busy, following the publication of the bank’s interim management statement last week.

20th November, 2010

Re-evaluating targets and reviewing plans will be keeping AIB’s recently appointed executive chairman, David Hodgkinson, busy, following the publication of the bank’s interim management statement last week.

Hodgkinson, a former HSBC director, is the man charged with steadying the ship at the state’s second-largest bank and overseeing plans to adjust the bank’s capital position.

Bu t given the huge outflows of deposits which the bank reported last...

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