PTSB, currently 99.2 per cent owned by the State, announced last month that it intended to raise €525 million in new capital

Permanent TSB will this morning announce its intention to complete a stock market IPO as part of its €525 million capital raising plan when it releas(...)

It has cost $75 million and taken almost two years to complete but Ashford Castle in Cong, Co Mayo, has been restored to its former glory. The final t(...)

Mortgage arrears service at KBC Bank. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Finance Correspondent KBC Bank Ireland and the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation (IMHO) have agreed to extend their initiative to provide advice and(...)

 Sherry Fitzgerald’s turnover in the 12 months to the end of December 2013 rose by 28 per cent to €20.8 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish estate agent Sherry FitzGerald returned to the black in 2013, with a pretax profit of €100,000, according to its latest set of accounts. This m(...)

PTSB has also agreed to the disposal of certain non-core assets in Ireland and the UK

Permanent TSB has committed itself to reducing the value of its defaulted Irish tracker mortgages under the terms of its updated restructuring plan, (...)

AIB is a significant provider of seed capital funding in Ireland. It has committed €90 million to six funds, which have a combined size of €343 million

AIB has committed €15 million to a dedicated life-sciences venture-capital fund managed by Dublin-based Fountain Healthcare Partners. AIB is investing(...)

Jeremy Masding, group chief executive, and Alan Cook, chairman, Permanent TSB,   at the agm in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The yellow ambulance parked opposite the door hinted there might be some blood spilt at Permanent TSB’s annual general meeting yesterday in the Ballsb(...)

 Jeremy Masding, group chief executive, and Alan Cook, chairman at Permanent TSB annual general meeting in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Permanent TSB is likely to remain in majority State ownership after its €525 million capital raising plan has been completed in July, its chief execut(...)

The IMHO’s proposals will probably prove too radical for the Government but changes will be made. Photograph: Thinkstock

When it comes to home loan arrears, the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation (IMHO) has been an effective advocate for those who are behind with their(...)

Plan involves local authority supplements to prevent 25,000 home repossessions. Photograph: Thinkstock

The Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation wants the Government to introduce a State-sponsored split mortgage that would allow local authorities to su(...)