Inquiry examining interaction between property and banking sectors with political sphere and how media covered the sector

PTSB Group chief executive Jeremy Masding: it appears that investors are warming to the idea of taking a punt on the company, helped   by the recent renaissance of the Irish economy. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

AIB and PTSB, both 99 per cent State-owned, will shortly publish interesting full-year results

In January, AIB announced plans to outsource 170 staff in its IT division. This involves outsourcing three elements of its IT services – telecoms, operations security, and hosting and storage. Photograph: Thinkstock

Some 40 AIB staff could transfer to Eircom after accepting outsourcing arrangements

FBD predicted its motor premiums would rise on average by about 7 or 8 per cent this year to reflect the increase in claims resulting from the economic recovery.

Frequency of motor claims a factor in company drifting into red last year

 Declan Black, managing partner of Mason Hayes and Curran. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

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Richie Boucher Group Chief Executive and Bank of Ireland Group pictured at the companies preliminary results for 2014, in a new branch of Bank of Ireland in Grand Canal Square. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Chief executive Richie Boucher says bank has ‘constructively engaged’ with inquiry as he reports €921m pre-tax profit for 2014

This represents a €1.5 billion turnaround on the €564m loss the bank generated in 2013

Permanent TSB’s capital-raising plan has yet to be finalised by the board and presented to the Minister for Finance for approval. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Some of funds could be used to repay State’s €400m in CoCo notes

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