Sunday October 25, 2020

The Sunday Interview: Irish Banking Culture Board CEO Marion Kelly

As chief executive of the Irish Banking Culture Board, Marion Kelly has the task of rebuilding the relationship between the banks and their customers in the wake of the banking collapse and the tracker mortgage scandal

18th October, 2020
Marion Kelly: ‘I genuinely believe the IBCB can play a significant role in working with the industry and its stakeholders.’ Picture: Fergal Phillips

In brief:

Role: chief executive, Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB)

Lives: Rathmines, Dublin

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