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New row erupts at IMO over former boss's pension

Another row over pensions has erupted at the beleaguered IMO, with a former chief executive claiming the organisation did not honour his pension entitlements.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
20th April, 2013

Another row over pensions has erupted at the beleaguered Irish Medical Organisation (IMO), with a former chief executive claiming the organisation did not honour his pension entitlements.

Michael McCann, who left the IMO in 1992, said: "I would greatly prefer to sit down across the table and resolve this internally. But if the IMO does not address my concerns satisfactorily, I will have no option but to go down a different route. That includes the...

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