Irish Banking Culture Board

Changing Banking Culture In Ireland

Welcome to the website of the Irish Banking Culture Board.

Following the publication of a national public and stakeholder consultation report, and a banking staff survey, both undertaken to inform the IBCB’s establishment, the Board has now been appointed and its work is underway.

The Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB) has one overriding mission: to make banking in Ireland trustworthy again.

“This is a challenging but most worthy endeavour. I am greatly looking forward to working with the new Board and engaging with all stakeholders, particularly bank customers, in facilitating and encouraging the highest standards of ethical conduct in this vital industry.”

Mr. Justice John Hedigan, Chair of the Irish Banking Culture Board

“In establishing the Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB), we have been acutely aware of the fundamental importance of asking for and listening to the views of bank stakeholders and, crucially, bank customers as regards to current banking culture and how the IBCB can work to change this for the better. We are committed to making it a success. Thank you again for having your say and for the trust you have placed in us.”

Marion Kelly, Acting CEO of the Irish Banking Culture Board

 

“This is a challenging but most worthy endeavour. I am greatly looking forward to working with the new Board and engaging with all stakeholders, particularly bank customers, in facilitating and encouraging the highest standards of ethical conduct in this vital industry.”

Mr. Justice John Hedigan, Chair of the Irish Banking Culture Board

“In establishing the Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB), we have been acutely aware of the fundamental importance of asking for and listening to the views of bank stakeholders and, crucially, bank customers as regards to current banking culture and how the IBCB can work to change this for the better. We are committed to making it a success. Thank you again for having your say and for the trust you have placed in us.”

Marion Kelly, Acting CEO of the Irish Banking Culture Board