The gentle revolt of long-suffering BoI shareholders

Of approximately 500 seats laid out in O'Reilly Hall at UCD, roughly half were filled at the Bank of Ireland Annual General Court on Friday morning.

27th April, 2014

Of approximately 500 seats laid out in O'Reilly Hall at UCD, roughly half were filled at the Bank of Ireland Annual General Court on Friday morning.

After chairman Archie Kane concluded his opening statement, several people with numbered paddles were deployed to begin taking questions from the floor.

''We'll start with number 10, over on the right, said Kane, glancing up at a raised paddle. Number 10 was a bespectacled shareholder from Cork, John Flynn. ''I'd...

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