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

Whatever the reasons for his departure to run Clydesdale Bank from Glasgow, David Duffy has timed his exit from AIB nicely. After a little more tha(...)

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

AIB chairman Richard Pym has said the bank is looking at both internal and external candidates to succeed David Duffy as chief executive, and that it (...)

David Duffy is expected to depart AIB after its March results Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

AIB chief executive David Duffy has stepped down as president of the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland and has been replaced in the role by hi(...)

David Duffy is leaving AIB to take up a role in the UK as head of Clydesdale Bank. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

AIB has not asked the Government to lift the €500,000 annual cap on executive pay as it begins the search for a new chief executive following David D(...)

Enda Kenny declined to say if the Government would now relax the wage cap. Photograph: Bloomberg

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said Government-imposed banker pay caps are a “constraint,” as the chief executive of state-owned AIB prepares to leave for a (...)

David Duffy: his resignation on Monday has complicated the timetable for AIB beginning the process to return to private ownership. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A potential flotation of AIB might have to wait until next year, following David Duffy’s decision to step down as chief executive to take up a simil(...)

Only last June David Duffy had signed a permanent contract with AIB, having originally signed up in December 2011 on a fixed-term contract for three years

Last Friday evening, the directors of AIB were asked to dial into a conference call for word of an important announcement that the bank was going to m(...)

David Duffy joined AIB in December 2011 on a salary of €500,000, in line with the Government’s cap. He later volunteered a 15 per cent pay cut. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Clydesdale Bank’s announcement on January 6th that its chief executive David Thorburn was to stand down after four years in the role caused barely a r(...)

David Duffy has decided to leave the company and move to Britain to head up Clydesdale Bank.

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan plans to meet AIB’s chairman Richard Pym this week to discuss the bank’s plans to identify a successor to chief (...)

The government imposed a salary cap of €500,000 at state owned AIB.

Outgoing AIB CEO David Duffy will likely see his salary increase significantly following his departure from the state-owned bank.Subject to the govern(...)