GILLIAN Bowler is to step down as chairwoman and a director of Irish Life & Permanent in the new year after a successor is appointed. She is the last of the bank chairmen to resign in the wake of the 2008 banking crisis.
Thu, 16 Dec, 2010
More men than women have lost their jobs during the downturn, particularly in the construction sector – and please let no one pretend that working on the sites in all weathers is somehow easier than cleaning the Dáil, especially when men are more likely to lose their lives at work and have lower life expectancy
Fri, 02 Oct, 2009
“I’M a fighter, not a quitter,” was the declaration from Irish Life & Permanent (IL&P) chairperson Gillian Bowler yesterday — when once again confronted with questions about her future in light of the group’s controversial €7 billion deposit with Anglo Irish Bank, which has already led to three IL&P directors resigning.
Thu, 05 Mar, 2009