AIB chief executive David Duffy has said it was his hope  the State would have its money back in 10 years. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

For some time now AIB has been running a standard information note with its results, trading updates and suchlike to the effect that its shares are ov(...)

David Duffy, chief executive of AIB: hopes that the State would have its money back in full within 10 years.

Buyer beware is always a good starting point for retail investors who are considering purchasing shares. Prices can go up as well as down, after all. (...)

  AIB chief executive officer David Duffy: made the comments to  an Oireachtas committee on finance yesterday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

AIB could pay back its €21 billion in bailout funds within 10 years, its chief executive David Duffy told an Oireachtas committee on finance yester(...)

Industry players are looking for an easing of the criteria on loan to value ratios Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Loan to value (LTV) ratios are the talk of the town at the minute thanks to the Central Bank’s decision to publish new rules for lenders around home l(...)

The Central Bank’s proposal that borrowers should have a 20 per cent deposit to qualify for a home loan might be a “little too high” and there could be “unintended consequences” for first time buyers David Duffy, president Banking & Payments Federation Ireland and chief executive, AIB said today. (Photograph; Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times)

AIB chief executive David Duffy said today that the bank would meet with the department of finance before Christmas to discuss its so-called “capital (...)

Brian Hayes, MEP and member of the Enonomic and Monetary Affairs Committee, speaking at the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland National Conference, at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Dublin this morning. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Irish MEP and former Government minister Brian Hayes said today the Central Bank’s plan to require borrowers to have a 20 per cent deposit to get a ho(...)

Seán Quinn: Total drawdown is expected to be €1.1-1.3 billion

The administrators of Quinn Insurance Ltd, which was previously run by now bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn, have told the Department of Finance the to(...)

PTSB is expected to outline the details of actions it has taken this year to repair its balance sheet. Photograph:  Frank Miller

Permanent TSB, which is 99.2 per cent owned by the State, is expected to announce details of its capital-raising plan on Sunday after the European Cen(...)

Deutsche Bank has engaged with potential investors in Permanent TSB with the goal of trying to return the maximum capital possible to the taxpayer while ensuring stability for its borrowers

Permanent TSB, the State-owned lender which has received a €2.7 billion bailout from the taxpayer, has asked Deutsche Bank to test the capital markets(...)

New Central Bank rules mean all except 15 per cent of the value of new mortgages written will have to involve a deposit of at least 20 per cent. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Six years after the property market fell off the cliff, the Central Bank has finally published a set of rules to limit the amounts that people can (...)