(...) motivation.“We are capitulating to a banking system of education. If you are going to give bonus points then(...)

PTSB had a €1.1 billion capital buffer above the 7 per cent trigger at the end of December

(...) mounting cost of bailing out the banking system. To cut that cost, Irish banks inflicted about €15 billion(...)

Bankia’s chief executive Jose Ignacio Goirigolzarri looks on during the annual shareholder meeting of Spain’s largest nationalised bank in Valencia last week.

Spain’s state-rescued lender Bankia posted a forecast-beating 12.8 per cent rise in first-quarter net profit to €244 million on Monday, though low i(...)

Germany’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank said it was seeking to sell its Postbank subsidiary as part of a revamp to improve profitability. (Photograph: John MacDougall/Getty Images)

(...) the cover off the ball at this point in time.” The bank could cut about 3,000 jobs at its retail-banking(...)

Natasha Dow Schull wears the Muse headband, which monitors brain waves. photograph: kayana szymczak/the new york times

(...) are investing in themselves. Quantrepreneurs at least are banking on it.–(New York Times News Service(...)

Brian Lenihan’s brother, former TD and minister of state Conor Lenihan: “The matter is in the hands of my lawyer.”  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The family of the late Brian Lenihan are seeking legal advice following the Oireachtas banking(...)

Former IMF head and former Spanish Economy minister Rodrigo Rato (centre) is surrounded by the media as he leaves his office  in Madrid last week. Photograph:   Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images

Spain is only a month away from local elections in which a new generation of young politicians promising sweeping changes is expected to burst onto(...)

A Deutsche Bank branch in Berlin, Germany: the group has so far positioned itself as Europe’s “last man standing” in investment banking. Photograph: Adam Berry/Bloomberg News

(...) as hefty legal charges eroded gains in investment banking revenue.Quarterly net profit sank to €559(...)

An Irish League of Credit Unions emblem. The organisation has warned that credit unions cannot become complacent despite having avoided the worst case scenario envisaged at the time of the financial crisis.

Credit unions cannot become complacent despite having avoided the worst case scenario envisaged at the time of the financial crisis, according to the (...)

Former Department of Finance secretary general John Moran (left) has denied a claim by former IBRC chairman Alan Dukes (right) that he sought an executive position at IBRC prior to taking up his role at the department. Photographs: Alan Betson and Nick Bradshaw.

(...) anything improper. However “we shouldn’t forget” how IBRC came about because of the collapse of the banking(...)