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Bank workers' union rebrand in bid to strengthen numbers

IBOA to change name to Financial Services Union

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

6th May, 2016
IBOA general secretary Larry Broderick Pic:

The union representing more than 15,000 bank workers is changing its name as looks to widen its membership among financial services companies.

The Irish Bank Officials’ Association is rebranding itself as the Financial Services Union in the biggest shake up in its near 100-year history. The union now has about 1,000 members in technology and companies that service banks.

Alongside the name change the union is overhauling its internal decision-making process and its constitution. The changes...

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