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IL&P posts mixed bag of results

If all else fails, think positive. Irish Life & Permanent chief executive Denis Casey’s first year in charge may have coincided with a catastrophic 54 per cent fall in the company’s share price, but this was not enough to dent the optimism he display

1st March, 2008

If all else fails, think positive. Irish Life & Permanent chief executive Denis Casey’s first year in charge may have coincided with a catastrophic 54 per cent fall in the company’s share price, but this was not enough to dent the optimism he displayed last week when reporting a 12 per cent rise in full-year operating profits.

Among the positives in Casey’s half-full glass was his conviction - not universally shared by other...

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