CYBG chief executive David Duffy said yesterday payment protection insurance (PPI) woes were “in the rear view mirror” for the Clydesdale Bank owner.
Bosses at Clydesdale Bank owner CYBG said yesterday they were planning for a slowdown in the UK economy and also for a zero percent base rate of interest until 2020.
Clydesdale Bank chief executive David Duffy said yesterday the group was focused on customers and “prudent” growth, but also on getting its costs down after a sharp slump in first half profits.
Clydesdale Bank's new chief executive, David Duffy, said yesterday he was joining the business at a "pivotal" stage in its history.
Clydesdale Bank boss David Thorburn has named the day of his leaving in advance of his permanent successor, David Duffy, taking over.
The boss of Allied Irish Banks (AIB), David Duffy, will take on the top job at Clydesdale Bank within months, it was announced yesterday.