Sunday February 23, 2020

€100m pay day for 350 bank chiefs

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
17th March, 2019
Fewer homes repossessed in Q1, Central Bank figures show

More than 350 top executives at three of the country’s biggest banks shared €100 million in pay last year.

Filings by Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank and Permanent TSB reveal the details of the level of pay to individuals who are deemed to be material risk takers (MRTs) by the regulator.

Some 234 executives at Bank of Ireland held material risk taking roles in 2018, according to its regulatory filing, and they shared combined...

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