AIB shareholder has microphone switched off as he takes on bank chairman
Published 28/04/2015 | 14:46
An AIB shareholder who introduced himself as Niall Murphy has today continued his long running interventions, this time from the floor of the bank's annual general meetings.
The long-time shareholder raised concerns about the bank, including the €21bn bailout.
Persistent questioning led to a face off with new chairman Richard Pym who at one stage asked for the shareholder's microphone to be switched off.
Mr Murphy is a long time critic of AIB and has long used the agm as a forum to draw attention to his concerns.