Monday February 24, 2020

Permanent TSB boss Jeremy Masding to step down

PTSB thanks chief executive for overseeing a "complex and challenging turnaround"

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
24th October, 2019
Jeremy Masding: "We have succeeded in the biggest challenge, which was to rebuild the bank while keeping thousands of people with significant mortgage difficulties in their homes." Picture: Rolling News

Jeremy Masding will step down as chief executive of Permanent TSB next year, eight years after he took up the role in the state-controlled bank.

The bank said today that the process to appoint a successor is under way.

“The last eight years have been exceptionally challenging for our stakeholders and, in particular, for our customers. However, we have succeeded in the biggest challenge which was...

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