Ulster Bank expects to begin pay talks with staff shortly, for a period covering the next two years. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ulster Bank expects to begin pay talks with staff “shortly” for a period covering the next two years. The bank, which returned to profit in the first (...)

IBOA general secretary Larry Broderick urged Ulster Bank management to suspend its latest round of branch closures until the questions around the bank’s future were resolved. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The union representing Ulster Bank staff wants its owner and management to clarify their plans for the lender’s future following reports that a US pri(...)

Ulster Bank will close up to 15 branches across Ireland

Ulster Bank informed staff yesterday of plans to close 15 branches and sub-offices across Ireland by November. This will reduce the number of l(...)

Staff were told earlier this year they would only receive basic statutory redundancy after IBRC was liquidated

Departing IBRC employees have voted to accept the recommendation from the independent mediator Kieran Mulvey on termination payments. Staff at (...)

The Statue outside Connaught House on Burlington Road where the offices of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation IBRC formerly Anglo Irish Bank are.Photograph: Alan Betson / Irish Times

Lower-paid staff at the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) have told their union they may consider industrial action in an effort to secu(...)

Last October chief executive of the Labour Relations Commission Kieran Mulvey was called upon to broker some kind of compensation agreement between all of the parties involved.

Efforts to negotiate a redundancy deal for some 100 remaining employees of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) have been (...)

IBOA general secretary Larry Broderick: said a key issue for the union would be the protection of pension rights. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh.

Bank of Ireland is planning to outsource its group technology and change division to Accenture, a global mana(...)

RBS indicated Ulster Bank would be scaled down in the Republic.  Ulster Bank chief executive Jim Brown acknowledged this would result in branch closures and job losses. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Ulster Bank recorded impairment losses on its non-core portfolio of £3.03 billion last year. This represented 26.1 per cent of gross customer loans(...)

There are fears among bank staff that significant job losses could be on the way at Ulster Bank

Ulster Bank will this week kick off the sale process for an €850 million portfolio of commercial property loans known within the bank as Projec(...)

The bank has  taken the view that there has been no backlash from Irish customers to dealing with staff in Scotland.

Ulster Bank told staff yesterday that it plans to cut 110 jobs from its retail mortgage arrears unit in Ireland and relocate the roles to Edinburgh. H(...)