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    Default Richie Boucher - worth every penny 910'000kpa

    I am not amazed at the RTE DriveTime news snippet on our old friend Richie Boucher receiving a total of 910'000kpa for his banking services to the country of late. He did waiver 67'000k however. Imagine that after all the rot the banks caused he can casually throw away 67'000k and not even notice it. Thankfully Irish citizens do not do anger because thats up from the €831,000 last year to €843,000 .

    The news comes after the heads of all the loss-making, state-backed banks were told to cut pay by 6pc to 10pc by the minister for finance Michael Noonan.

    I mean just who is running the country.

    http://www.independent.ie/business/i...-29141077.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnout View Post
    I am not amazed at the RTE DriveTime news snippet on our old friend Richie Boucher receiving a total of 910'000kpa for his banking services to the country of late. He did waiver 67'000k however. Imagine that after all the rot the banks caused he can casually throw away 67'000k and not even notice it. Thankfully Irish citizens do not do anger because thats up from the €831,000 last year to €843,000 .

    The news comes after the heads of all the loss-making, state-backed banks were told to cut pay by 6pc to 10pc by the minister for finance Michael Noonan.

    I mean just who is running the country.

    Bank of Ireland
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnout View Post
    I am not amazed at the RTE DriveTime news snippet on our old friend Richie Boucher receiving a total of 910'000kpa for his banking services to the country of late. He did waiver 67'000k however. Imagine that after all the rot the banks caused he can casually throw away 67'000k and not even notice it. Thankfully Irish citizens do not do anger because thats up from the €831,000 last year to €843,000 .

    The news comes after the heads of all the loss-making, state-backed banks were told to cut pay by 6pc to 10pc by the minister for finance Michael Noonan.

    I mean just who is running the country.

    Bank of Ireland
    Once again the [rich & thick] cream at the top rewarded by FG/LP while the disabled & lower paid are cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Socratus O' Pericles View Post
    If you gotta ask, you'll never know.
    - Louis Armstrong.
    The Unions/The Irish Times/ RTE and the Illuminati/Troika isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Socratus O' Pericles View Post
    If you gotta ask, you'll never know.
    - Louis Armstrong.
    You're just jealous, good old Irish begrudgery ...

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    Am I disgusted yes, am I surprised no. Same old Ireland.

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    September 2008 economic coup d'etat has winners and losers.

    The bank and selected members of the establishment win, with the the citizens and taxpayers losing out.

    Lenihan's €500k per annum for bank chief executives is a distant memory.

    Bank of Ireland shareholders need to be getting annoyed over this, because the government won't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eoghanacht View Post
    The Unions/The Irish Times/ RTE and the Illuminati/Troika isn't it?
    Whereas the balance probably favours capital slightly over labour I would say it is the people who elect the Government -funny that how democracy works.
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    But, but, but the share price has doubled in the last year....(from virtually zero)
    “Still paying, still to owe. Eternal woe! ” ― Paradise Lost, John Milton

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerhard dengler View Post
    September 2008 economic coup d'etat has winners and losers.

    The bank and selected members of the establishment win, with the the citizens and taxpayers losing out.

    Lenihan's €500k per annum for bank chief executives is a distant memory.

    Bank of Ireland shareholders need to be getting annoyed over this, because the government won't.
    There are 30,132,505,842 ordinary shares in BOI. At €910,000 this means that cost of Boucher was 3c per 1,000 shares (.003c per share).

    BOI shareholders should be more concerned with what there are going to do with the €3,610,000,000 of mortgages that are 90 days or more in arrears. That is 12c of mortgages in arrears per share in issue. BOI shares are at 16c.

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