Ulster Bank has designed a new user-friendly communication, urging customers to engage with the bank. This will be sent out this week

Ulster Bank believes that many of the 2,000 borrowers in mortgage arrears who have refused to engage with it on their debts are “determined” defaulte(...)

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(...)

Ulster Bank said on Monday that it is seeking to engage with about 2,000 mortgage arrears customers. It said it won’t seek to repossess a  home if the borrower engages with the bank and it can agree a solution or outcome. (Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times)

About 2,000 Ulster Bank mortgage arrears customers who have yet to engage with the bank about a possible restructuring of their loan are to receive a(...)

Bernard Byrne, who has held a number of leading roles in AIB, has been named as new chief executive. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

AIB has sought permission from regulators to appoint Bernard Byrne as its new chief executive in succession to David Duffy, who resigned from the pos(...)

 Ann Nolan  of the Department  of Finance:  raised issues of proper governance around the sale of Apthorp, a condominium on Manhattan’s upper west side, in 2012. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Department of Finance raised concerns with executives of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation in 2012 about the sale of a multimillion-dollar loan li(...)

From 2002 to 2009, Donal Forde ran the AIB unit responsible for €17 billion of loans for land and property development in Ireland. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Donal Forde, the former head of AIB’s operation in Ireland, has conceded that his annual pay in the boom years was “silly” and “inordinate”, but it(...)

Former managing director of AIB , Donal Forde, at Leinster House for the hearing of the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne

(...). Chairman Ciarán Lynch eventually asked him to look into it and return to the committee with a definitive(...)

Former head of retail operations at AIB Donal Forde: “My own failing is a matter of deep personal regret.”

The former head of AIB’s retail operations in Ireland has told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry that insufficient stress testing of loans and “inadequat(...)

Permanent TSB plans to raise €400 million with potentially additional shares being sold by the Government. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Permanent TSB plans to price its IPO at between €3.90 and €4.50 a share with the stock being admitted to the Dublin and London stock exchanges on M(...)