AIB shareholder has microphone switched off as he takes on bank chairman
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.