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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BIRG)



Share Price: 6.34Bid: 6.335Ask: 6.34Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Of Ireland
Spread: 0.005Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 6.345High: 6.395Low: 6.29Yesterday’s Close: 6.34


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deadcatsbounce
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deadcatsbounce
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RE: Obsolete Banks
Fri 23:11
happy to give u a reference buybuybuy!

Get in there and get the low down on the inside track!

You're our man!
AK78
Posts: 76
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Opinion:Hold
Price:6.34
RE: Obsolete Banks
Fri 20:19
buyBuyBYE I wish you would get a job at BOI, it would gave us a great insight from insider how this IT transformation is panning out...I worked for IBM's service centre in the North England their processes were absolutely shocking... Keep us informed...
buyBuyBYE
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RE: Obsolete Banks
Fri 19:41
This is probably my single biggest worry for this stock. I was actually considering taking a job in BOI simply to get a better handle on how the technology transformation was actually unfolding on the ground (I'm a contract software architect working in banking/insurance sector). May do it yet, that's how heavily exposed I am on this stock!
Bronxville
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Obsolete Banks
Fri 18:23
Banks May Face Kodak-Style Obsolescence in 5 Years, Jenkins Says

By Francine Lacqua and Jon Menon
July 19, 2017, 11:29 AM GMT+1

Antony Jenkins Warns of Obsolescence for Banks
Antony Jenkins, founder and executive chair at 10X Future Technologies, warns that banks face disruption that could cause a 'Kodak moment' that renders them obsolete within the next 5-15 years. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on 'Bloomberg Surveillance.' (Source: Bloomberg)
Banks could face a “Kodak moment” where they approach obsolescence in five to 15 years at the hands of new financial-technology companies, according to former Barclays Plc Chief Executive Officer Antony Jenkins.
Traditional banks are already seeing the start of an “Uber moment,” whereby the industry is being transformed by technology such as smartphones and contactless cards, Jenkins said in an interview with Bloomberg Television on Wednesday.

“The Kodak moment is completely different -- that’s where customers realize there’s a totally better and different way of doing what they want to do, and the incumbent becomes obsolete,” Jenkins said. “The Kodak moments are the ones that I think will come in that five-to-15 year period.”

Eastman Kodak Co., the photography pioneer that sold the first consumer cameras in the 19th century, struggled to adapt to an era where digitization usurped film and filed for bankruptcy in 2012. It emerged a year later focused on commercial printing as a much smaller company than it was in its heyday.

Britain’s biggest lenders are closing branches and increasing their investment in technology as customers increasingly do their banking online or on their phones, while a wave of fintech startups have made their first inroads into the consumer market. Banks may struggle to transform themselves despite their spending, as they don’t have the right “culture or mindset,” Jenkins said.

Jenkins, a long-time credit-card executive who was ousted from Barclays in 2015 as the firm moved to a strategy more focused on its investment bank, is the founder of 10x Future Technologies, which aims to sell cloud-based computing systems to banks
deadcatsbounce
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RE: Torks
Fri 17:44
Naaaaaas, don't listen to radar...

Try Cork or Galway

There is more to ireland than dublin
radar
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Torks
Fri 17:39
Hello son,

If I was you I'd stay very close to Dublin.
Certainly no more than 1 hour from grafting street.
This is because if you need a part for your motor, a doctor, a plane, a pair of shoes or to go to see a show they are all in Dublin as rural Ireland is dying and suffering from the concentration of all services in Dublin.

I would go no further out than Naas.

Most importantly you will have a lot of lads to play golf with and very few to talk about turf and bullocks to in Dublin.

I am also going to say to you that if you buy a new pad in the Dublin area it will be worth at least 20% and mane 40% or 50% more by 2020.

At that time you can sell your pad in Dublin very easily and go to the sticks with a heap a money to buy a mansion or whatever you want.

Good advice is always free, often ignored and rarely appreciated.

Take it son.

Enjoy.

Radar
X4Eu2
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:6.34
RE: torquay
Fri 17:18
Torquay, Hi, first candle lit. You’ll need a home away from tides and river basins, facing to the west to catch the morning rays, if you can see the ocean the ocean can see you, so be careful. A pocket sized putting green somewhere near the front door. Near a commuter line or road, builds in re-sale value. And to keep in touch with your colleagues here, a satisfactory ISP. Those German type hurricane shutters that slide up and down at the flick of a switch should be considered an investment and give you a break on property insurance!
susan99
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Greetings to all
Fri 17:10
Before I welcome you home where are you from?
EL-Gelboy
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Greetings to all
Fri 16:59
Welcome home T, Moved back myself some years ago , had a house built in North Wexford, Yes we have Seafield to the north and Blackwater to the south of the county, and I quite like both of them,also not to far from here to fine courses in Co Wicklow, so where ever you decide to settle plenty of courses to keep you busy, was in London for 25 years, GLA




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