Bank of Ireland Gets Second Wind

O'Leary, Christopher
August 2006
Investment Management Weekly;8/21/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 33, p1
The article reports that Bank of Ireland wants its beleaguered asset management division, Bank of Ireland Asset Management (BIAM), to stop hunkering down in its home country, and it is taking aggressive steps to get the ailing division back on the global frontlines. After a few dismal years marked by heavy investor outflows, BIAM can conduct most of its business without having to dial internationally.


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