Commenting on the appointment of Robert Sharpe as chairman and non-executive director of the UK board, Des Crowley, CEO of Bank of Ireland UK, said: “We are delighted that Robert is joining the board as our Chairman. He brings a wealth of financial services experience especially in the mortgage and lending sectors, and I look forward to working with him and the rest of the board as we continue to establish Bank of Ireland UK as the partnership bank for trusted brands.”

Bank of Ireland has announced the appointment of Robert Sharpe as chairman and non-executive director of the UK board of the company. He replaces Chri(...)

The property comprises a two-storey period building at the front and a four-storey over-basement extension at the rear

The landmark Bank of Ireland building on Eyre Square in Galway city centre has been sold to a private investor for a figure in excess of the guide pri(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street was sharply lower in afternoon trading on Tuesday, with all 10 major S&P sectors in the red, after weak economic data out of China and Europe rekindled fears of a slowing global economy.

Stock markets worldwide fell on Tuesday after weak Chinese factory data and a surprise rate cut by Australia’s central bank unnerved investors, sendin(...)

Irish savers are earning less of a return on their deposits than their European peers figues from the ECB show.

Irish savers are earning the lowest return on their deposits across 18 European countries, new figures from the European Central Bank show. In Irela(...)

Bank of America’s Dublin unit, Merrill Lynch International Bank Ltd,  began moving assets from Ireland to the UK in 2013 as part of a move to simplify its company’s structure. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

Bank of America’s unit in Dublin paid a $2 billion (€1.75 billion) dividend to its UK parent last year, following a shift of its half-a-trillion-euro (...)

Apple shares were down for the 10th session in the last 11 and closed the week down 11.3 per cent, the largest such decline since January 2013. Illustration: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

European stocks fell to a two-week low as a stronger euro and mixed earnings reports prompted investors to assess the biggest monthly advance since N(...)

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell with his children Blaise and Blake at the Bank of Ireland’s annual general court in UCD on Thursday: he said the board was “very complacent” and “low on energy”. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Bank of Ireland chairman Archie Kane told shareholders on Thursday it was the company’s “ambition” to pay a dividend in the first half of 2017 relati(...)

 Japanese stocks tumbled and the yen surged  after the central bank dashed investors’ hopes for more stimulus, leading to declines in most other world benchmarks after the Fed left interest rates unchanged. Photograph: AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi

The yen surged on Thursday after the Bank of Japan surprised markets by declining to boost its stimulus, battering Japanese stocks and briefly weighi(...)

Bank of Ireland continues to trade “in line with expectations”, the company said today in advance of its annual shareholders meeting.

Bank of Ireland continues to trade “in line with expectations”, the company said today in advance of its annual shareholders meeting. It said improv(...)

Bank of Ireland branch in Rathcoole

Agents TWM have secured in excess of the €2 million guide price for the Bank of Ireland branch at Rathcoole, Co Dublin, which will give the new owner (...)