It is understood PTSB will address the issue of its standard variable rate in the next six to eight weeks

Permanent TSB’s chief executive Jeremy Masding believes the bank could return to full private ownership and have repaid its State bailout of €2.7 bil(...)

PTSB chief executive Jeremy Masding described the investor interest as “exceptional” with the company making more than 100 presentations to potential investors over the past six months.

Permanent TSB has raised €525 million from capital markets through the sale of €400 million worth of shares and €125 million via a debt instrument.PTS(...)

Chief executive Jeremy Masding during Permanent TSB’s AGM. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Permanent TSB Group Holdings has warned potential investors that a return to profit may be at risk from Irish political pressure to cut interest rate(...)

PTSB had sought to raise the €400 million as part of overall plan to return bank to private ownership. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A High Court challenge has been brought to plans by Permanent TSB aimed at raising €400 million through a share placing to institutional investors (...)

It is amazing how the fortunes of Permanent TSB have changed in the past six months

It’s amazing how the fortunes of Permanent TSB have changed in the past six months.Last October, the bank was fingered by the European Central Bank’s (...)

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(...)

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, (...)

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(...)

 Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin with  finance spokesman Michael McGrath. The party would be prepared to support the payment of a long-term bonus to the new chief executive of AIB. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Earlier this month, I reported that Fianna Fáil would be prepared to support the payment of a long-term bonus to the new chief executive of AIB to hel(...)

 David Duffy, AIB’s outgoing chief executive: Fianna Fáil’s finance spokesman Michael McGrath said AIB needed to “cast the net far and wide in the search for a top calibre candidate” to replace him. Photograph: Eric Luke

Fianna Fáil is prepared to support the payment of a long-term bonus to the new chief executive of AIB if the candidate commits to a minimum five-yea(...)