Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: said he had a “fair idea“ of how the balance-sheet assessment was going and that AIB and Bank of Ireland “are very secure in capital terms”. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Opinion: assessment a chance to draw line under crisis

PTSB is expected to outline the details of actions it has taken this year to repair its balance sheet. Photograph:  Frank Miller

Details of capital-raising to be announced Sunday, after likely stress test failure

AIB head of business banking Ken Burke: “We’re seeing strong demand for funding and we expect that to continue.” Photograph: Frank Miller

Sector facing ‘stiff challenges’ to meet demand for beds by 2021, says bank report

Nama generated cash of €5.4 billion during the first half of this year compared with €2 billion in the same period of 2013. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Surplus this year is nearly twice that of first six months in 2013

Permanent TSB: an announcement on the deal is expected later this week. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg/Getty Images

Mars Capital Ireland to pay about €280m for Springboard subprime mortgage book

Banana distributor Fyffes was one of the main movers of the day, with the stock up 4.25 per cent at €1.03. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Fyffes, Bank of Ireland and Ryanair all up, but Aer Lingus and UTV Media down

Irish Water managing director John Tierney:  the Sunday Business Post  reports that senior Coalition figures have discussed the need to replace him and the company’s board if the Government is to neutralise the political fallout from the water charges controversy.   Photograph:  Michael MacSweeney/Provision

Investec launches High Court proceedings against Topaz

Digital kitchen scale innovator Ben Harris (left), chief executive of Drop, with members of the AIB and Frontline Ventures teams, celebrates AIB’s €2 million seeding

Fund will be managed by specialist venture capital operator that invests in early-stage software

‘Drivetime’ presenter Mary Wilson. The programme  is  Ireland’s most popular drivetime radio show. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Show hosted by Mary Wilson has proved to be attractive option for banks in the past

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