Thursday October 29, 2020

Spring and Dukes asked to serve on bank boards

The government has approached a number of former politicians to act as directors representing the public interest on the boards of the banks covered by the government’s guarantee scheme.

29th November, 2008

The government has approached a number of former politicians to act as directors representing the public interest on the boards of the banks covered by the government’s guarantee scheme.

Former finance ministers Ray MacSharry and Alan Dukes are understood to have been approached, as have former Tanaiste Dick Spring and former agriculture minister Joe Walsh.

In addition, the former secretary general of the Department of Finance, Tom Considine, and the former AIB internal...

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