Bank of Ireland CEO on Earnings, Guidance, Davy Acquisition

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Aug.03 — Francesca McDonagh, chief executive officer at Bank of Ireland, discusses earnings, the update in their guidance, the acquisition of Davy and attracting talent. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

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