Why Drumm feels unfairly treated

The financial crisis destroyed the presumption of fairness in Irish society

10th January, 2015
Why Drumm feels unfairly treated

‘I wish I could have done more,” said David Drumm. “I was doing my job and doing my best and I failed.” This was in an interview in this newspaper in November 2011, conducted by Niall O’Dowd in New York.

Drumm said he had been “beyond loyal” to Anglo and to Ireland.

“Why don’t you come back?” O’Dowd asked. “I would not be treated fairly,” Drumm said. “I...

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