Kevin Cardiff at the launch of his book Recap – Inside Ireland’s Financial Crisis in Dublin in 2016

Fiona Reddan, in The Irish Times, reports:

Kevin Cardiff, former Secretary General in the Department of Finance, has joined the board of KBC Bank Ireland as a non-executive director.

Mr Cardiff took up the position on August 3rd and joins other non-executive directors Christine Van Rijsseghem, Willem Hueting, Robert Power, and John Malone on the board of the Belgian owned bank.

According to his Linked In profile, Mr Cardiff has been self-employed as a consultant since March of this year…

Kevin Cardiff joins board of KBC Bank Ireland (Fiona Reddan, The Irish Times)

Previously: Kevin Cardiff on Broadsheet


10 thoughts on “Hello You

  1. Frilly Keane

    Full Dept Pension
    EU Pension (guessing like)
    Now a handy;
    Probably 70k plus top up

    Ok there’s the where da’ púc did I go wrong n’all here
    But Cheezus like
    Has he no pals or lovers t’ party the feic out’ve those

  2. Giggidygoo

    Ah, Cardiff. The figures man who couldn’t add. Rewarded by being sent to Europe, a place where the likes of Phil Hogan, Pee Flynn are sent

  3. Harry Molloy

    Does Broadsheet see this as a positive or a negative?

    and does it have an understanding of an INEDs role?

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