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Report highlights issues with appointments to State boards

A new report has found that insufficient consideration is being given to the skills needs of directors on the boards of Irish State bodies when appointments are being made.

25th April, 2012

A new report has found that insufficient consideration is being given to the skills needs of directors on the boards of Irish State bodies when appointments are being made.

The research report, *State boards in Ireland 2012 - Challenges for the future*, was released by the Institute of Directors in Ireland.

It found that the boards of Irish State bodies are well advanced in terms of formal director training and in a number of key corporate...

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