Richie's IMS was his usual tight lipped affair especially when you compare it to the AIB IMS. As a BOI shareholder I am looking at the AIB statement and trying to extrapolate the information as to how it affects BOI. That should not be the case. AIB give numbers for writebacks, impaired loans and NIM but we get words like lower, reduced and expected to normalise, modest growth. Can anybody explain to me the pension fiasco, after it was all sorted last year, only to show another €700 million hole. This IMS was an opportunity lost to tell the market where fkir is.
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