David Duffy: When he joined AIB in 2011 his job was to stabilise a bank that was in disarray at board level and at loggerheads with the Government, its key shareholder.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Duffy legacy will be he started ball rolling in bank’s return to private ownership

The one question that hasn’t been answered is who will replace David Duffy as chief executive

Bank back in profit but unclear who will steer ship in years ahead

AIB said the number of Irish owner occupied mortgage accounts in arrears declined by 22 per cent during the year

Bank bounced back in 2014 with a €1.1 billion pre-tax profit

Dr Peter Bacon, economic consultant and former stockbroker, wrote three reports for government on the housing market. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Bacon slick as Ahearne puzzled by guarantee detail

The historic Bank of Ireland branch on College Green, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Bank plans heritage centre in historic College Green branch

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

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