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Larry Broderick has represented bank employees for decades in a union that has changed to reflect the sector’s new realities

30th April, 2017
Larry Broderick, chief executive, the Financial Services Union Picture: Fergal Phillips

The upheaval in Irish banking over the last decade has brought about an unprecedented turnover of characters. Chief executives have come and gone, some very quickly. Boards have changed. But there has been one constant presence through good times and bad. The Irish Bank Officials Association may have morphed into the Financial Services Union a year ago, but its driving force, Larry Broderick, remains in place.

It could have been so very different. Not long...

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