AIB today said that it approved € 4.3 billion in credit facilities to 32,000 small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ireland, with a 92 pe(...)
The Department of Finance is to tender for corporate advisers to assist it in developing a strategy for the State’s shareholdings in the domest(...)
It has been a tale of two banks and their chief executives this week, with AIB and Bank of Ireland both releasing their 2013 annual results.
AIB chief executive David Duffy said yesterday the bank had not sought the reinstatement of bonuses from the Government earlier this year, but had (...)
Losses at AIB fell 55 per cent last year on the back of reduced operating expenses and improved margins.
Overall losses were €1.7 billion(...)
Denis O’Brien has refinanced his Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) borrowings of about €300 million, removing them from the ongoing sale(...)
Kenny holds the most powerful political position in the land. He is chief of the Cabinet, has the f(...)
It’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry at the news that the Irish Banking Federation is weighing a legal challenge to the Government’s decision to (...)
AIB has raised with the Government the issue of bank bonuses being reinstated and the cap on pay for executives being lifted. It is understood that th(...)
The Government’s €450 million bank levy could breach EU state aid rules, according to legal advice given to the Irish Banking Federation (IBF).The opi(...)
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