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    Minister for Finance Michael Noonan yesterday confirmed six executives at Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), including chief executive Mike Aynsley, are receiving annual pay packages of more than €500,000.

    There are 12 staff at IBRC in receipt of remuneration packages of €300,000-€399,000, 24 on €200,000-€299,000 and 44 on €150,000- €199,000. The packages include salaries, pensions benefits and allowances. Some 146 IBRC staff earn €100,000-€149,000, while 774 earn less than €100,000.

    The figures were given to Fianna Fáil TD Michael McGrath in response to a Dáil question.

    IBRC names top six earners - The Irish Times - Thu, Nov 08, 2012

    Is this bank bust or not
    we gave 25 billion to this bank
    what is going on here ?

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    Pathetic stuff alright,
    Níl tairbhe sa tseanchas
    Nuair a bhíonn an anachain déanta

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    Look see, no one in Anglo is earning anything.
    nada zip niente

    They renamed it. So there is no way you can see though that.

    Its far too cunning.
    ANGER IS A POLICY, GET OFF YOUR KNEES

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    did anyone expect anything different?

    the Irish state has nothing but contempt for its citizens

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    I dare say they could have actually sought tenders from companies who would have been happy to pay for the opportunity to wind down Anglo for a % of the revenue.
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    The average wage in Anglo was over 100k in 2008 and there is little evidence to suggest that the average has come down at all since the bank collapse.

    There is even less evidence to suggest they are worth the money.
    This type of Salary level in Banking is a relatively new thing. Up to the 1970's banks didn't pay their top 20% such vast sums.

    This idea that if you want top people you have to pay an ever increasing top dollar is a very new concept and is without any real evidence other than other banks are doing it so we have to.
    The ceo pay to average pay ratio has gone through the roof over the last 40 years.
    Again there is no evidence to show that they are worth it.
    It is a misguided Ideological trap we have fallen into and we need to get out of it by following a northern European model.
    In Northern Europe they don't have massive transfers to banks from the state unless they absolutely have too and they get the money back.

    All the evidence suggests they are not worth the money!

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    Nothing has changed in this country. Bankers still feel entitled to earn wages many multiples of general citizens who actually do their job properly.

    Its a culture thing. And the culture has to change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bren Boru View Post
    Nothing has changed in this country. Bankers still feel entitled to earn wages many multiples of general citizens who actually do their job properly.

    Its a culture thing. And the culture has to change.
    Plenty has changed - the bankers have had that entitlement immunised from shareholders, economic downturns, having actual money to payones self with.

    Our culture needs to show its teeth and rip this cancer from our bowels.
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    This must be occurring because not enough of you out there, voted Leo into power in the last general election.



    If only Leo's party got into government this would be recitfied.
    Coveney's ambition is the be Ireland's next EU Commissar and Ireland will pay a price as he builds his CV to position himself sufficiently loyal to the nEU empire.

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