Thursday October 29, 2020

Taking over the hot seat at AIB

With the imminent departure of AIB chief executive David Duffy, the clever money is on an insider replacement

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

15th April, 2015
Outgoing AIB boss David Duffy, and the odds-on favourites to replace himPicture: Bloomberg

As David Duffy heads off to Scotland to run the Clydesdale Bank in June, the board of AIB has in recent days stepped up the hunt for his successor with formal interviews of the main runners and riders.

Duffy only announced his intention to exit as AIB chief executive near the end of January and the bank’s chairman, the respected British banker Richard Pym, has insisted there will be no rush to fill the gap...

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