Tuesday September 22, 2020

Banking Inquiry week 15: What the last man standing had to say

9th May, 2015
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Richie Boucher, chief executive, Bank of Ireland. Picture: Photocall

Richie Boucher is a natural-born survivor. After joining Bank of Ireland in 2003, he rose through the ranks quickly. By September 2008, he held the position of head of retail banking and was a key lieutenant to chief executive Brian Goggin, with a front-row seat for the implosion of the banking system. Boucher is the last man standing from senior bank management at the time of the guarantee. Here are five key takeaways from his...

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