Bruton joins Pimco board

22nd July, 2018

Former taoiseach John Bruton has added to his portfolio of non-executive roles and has joined the board of the bond trading giant Pimco.

Bruton joined the board of the company’s Irish arm several months ago, according to regulatory filings. The former EU ambassador to Washington has also recently joined Teneo, the global public relations and lobbying company, as an adviser.

The former Fine Gael leader has in the past worked as the head...

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