Friday November 27, 2020

AIB says executive pay cap is key risk to growth

Bank loses chief executive and chief financial officer in one year

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
31st March, 2019

AIB has said the inability to offer senior executives higher pay is emerging as a key risk to the bank.

The majority state-owned lender has warned that it is facing an ongoing challenge to attract and retain the right talent to grow its business.

The issue of pay and not being able to offer incentives to senior executives has dogged the bank for two years and remuneration is highlighted as a key risk in a...

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