Former EU competition commissioner Joaquín Almunia said the transfers complied with state aid rules Photograph: Reuters

Multi-billion transfers from five Irish banks constituted state aid

Davy chief executive Tony Garry will step aside from the role next March to be replaced by Brian McKiernan.

Brian McKiernan chosen as new head of Ireland’s biggest stockbroker

AIB chief executive David Duffy: Cantillon wonders if he would agree with Anne Boden’s assertions about her former role at the bank?

Former chief operating officer preparing for launch next year of UK digital retail bank, Starling

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: said  Revenue confirmed it had received 85 formal requests to participate in various personal insolvency options to date. Photograph: Bloomberg

Revenue has agreed to write off some €220,000 in cases it has approved

Bookmaker Paddy Power closed up 3.1 per cent at €62.35 after it raised its earnings guidance for this year by 3 to 4 per cent. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

National benchmark indexes up in all 18 western European markets

AIB chief executive David Duffy has said it was his hope  the State would have its money back in 10 years. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Stockbrokers have been warning about share price for some time

The Little Museum of Dublin’s   ‘Irish Times’ exhibition.

Little Musem of Dublin secures funding for touring abroad, beginning with New York

David Duffy, chief executive of AIB: hopes that the State would have its money back in full within 10 years.

Comment: AIB is not worth €55 billion and return to private ownership will take years

KBC  plans to open two additional branches in Maynooth and Dundrum before Christmas and has earmarked five openings for the early part of 2015. This will give it 15 branches.

Fund to be provided by KBC Asset Management, an arm of Belgian parent

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