Digicel chairman Denis O’Brien: will have received nearly all of the dividend of $10 million paid by  the company in the first quarter.  Photograph: Swoan Parker/Reuters

Telecoms firm records net loss of $49.3m due to increase in finance costs

Jeremy Masding, PTSB group chief executive at the Permanent TSB headquarters after the publication of pan-European stress tests by the European Central Bank.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Bank’s chief executive says the gap to be bridged is €125m

Permanet TSB chief executive Jeremy Masding: “On Tuesday morning, we’ll start the journey [of securing funds].”  Photograph: Alan Betson

Chief executive confident of attracting ‘high level of interest’ in lending shortfall

The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said today the results of the European Central Bank’s stress tests “confirm the strength of the Irish banking system”.

Minister for Finance says PTSB set to raise capital from third-party sources in first half of 2015

Permanent TSB said today that it has already dealt with 80 per cent of the €854.8 million capital shortfall identified in pan-European stress tests run by the European Central Bank.

Bank in ‘advanced planning’ with Deutsche Bank to raise capital from international investors

Permanent TSB has a capital shortfall of € 854.8 million, according to results from the European Central Bank’s comprehensive assessments published today.

Bank fails ECB’s stress tests but AIB, BOI and Ulster Bank all get clean bill of health

Permanent TSB is expected to fail stress tests tomorrow, with a capital shortfall of between €800 million and €1 billion

Bank to respond to ECB stress test tomorrow

PTSB will not have to raise the full amount identified by the ECB on Sunday. Photograph: Frank Miller

Bank will have two weeks to submit action plan to Single Supervisory Mechanism

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh

Chief executive Brendan McDonagh says profit could be realised by 2018

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