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Kenny adviser to take home €17k a month from new Euro bank job

Andrew McDowell due to take up the four-year post in Luxembourg

24th July, 2016
Fine Gael Party Leader Enda Kenny, right with Andrew McDowell Pic:

The government’s chief economic adviser will earn over €52,000 a year more than previously disclosed when he begins working at European Investment Bank next month.

Andrew McDowell, one of the Taoiseach’s closest advisers, is due to take up the four-year posting at the Luxembourg-based bank in August. It comes with a basic gross annual salary of €277,767. However, he is also entitled to a tax-free residence allowance of €3,472 per month, as well...

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