The State currently owns 99.8 per cent of AIB, 99.2 per cent of PTSB and about 15 per cent of Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Department of Finance is looking to hire consultants to advise it on strategic options for the State’s shareholdings in AIB, Bank of Ireland and P(...)

Alan Cook, chairman, at the Permanent TSB Group Holdings plc annual general meeting, in Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Permanent TSB is likely to take legal action against customers who are behind with their mortgage repayments and who have not engaged with the bank ov(...)

Jeremy Masding group chief executive of Permanet TSB. “Our key message is that Permanent TSB bank is turning the corner.”

The customer-facing part of State-owned Permanent TSB bank is now back in profit, its chi(...)

Permanent TSB is “refreshing” its board. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Permanent TSB has announced two new non-executive directors. Julie O’Neill is a former secretary general of the Department of Transport and since 200(...)

Gather round children (or should I say young adults), while I, bestselling youth author Septimus Potatimus, tell ye a horrible, compelling tale of a s(...)


“You’re no better than a bloody civil servant,” a woman shouted at chairman Alan Cook, above, who by this point was starting to fray around the edges. Photograph: Barry Cronin

As the clock ticked towards 2pm, the mass walkout from Permanent TSB Group Holdings plc’s annual meeting began. The sound of booing and slow ha(...)

The Permanent TSB AGM at the Ballsbridge Hotel.

About 20,000 mortgages relating to private dwellings are in arrears of 90 days or mor(...)

Jeremy Masding, CEO Permanent TSB: wrote to all staff yesterday outlining his determination to achieve the reduction in costs being targeted by the bank. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The chairman of Permanent TSB and the bank’s non-executive directors are to take a 10 per cent cut in their annual fees, from June 1st, as the (...)

to €999 million in spite of its impairment charges on loans reducing by €549 million. The substantial variance was due to(...)