Lenihan in stand-off over AIB appointment

Dan O’Connor, chairman of AIB, has again tried to get clearance from Brian Lenihan, the Minister for Finance, to appoint senior AIB executive Colm Doherty to the post of chief executive.

26th September, 2009

Dan O’Connor, chairman of AIB, has again tried to get clearance from Brian Lenihan, the Minister for Finance, to appoint senior AIB executive Colm Doherty to the post of chief executive.

However, Lenihan is understood to have told O’Connor at a meeting last week that he will have to consider the matter and indicated that he must be convinced that the bank had undertaken a full trawl of available candidates inside and outside...

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