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(...)

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 of Ireland at College Green, Dublin: The pension scheme is unique in that it requires approval of every member to make a change. If approval is granted, the changes will come from early next year. Photograph: Alan Betson

Bank of Ireland is set to reduce its pension deficit by up to €400 million, thus securing the future of its defined pension scheme and paving the way (...)

AIB has confirmed that outsourcing is under consideration as part of a broader strategy to reduce costs. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Concerns have been raised over the planned outsourcing of jobs at AIB and in the wider banking sector, particularly where they may lead to the “export(...)

Irish Bank Officials’ Association general secretary Larry Broderick: “We don’t want to see our members being put in a position where there are sent out to act as debt collectors.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The largest banking union has said its members are unhappy at the prospect of being turned into debt collectors by the Central Bank’s revised code of (...)