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Financial markets have largely shaken off US president Donald Trump’s many communications blunders since his election last November – from goading Nor(...)

Some details from the document spread by word of mouth in the bank, according to sources

About 110 Bank of Ireland staff were affected by a data breach earlier this year where their pay and benefits were mistakenly circulated internally, T(...)

Permanent TSB on Grafton Street. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB faces the risk of needing to raise additional capital as it sells bad loans amid pressure from regulators, according to analysts at US i(...)

ECB president Mario Draghi. ECB purchases of Irish bonds plunged 45 per cent in January as the headroom began to narrow as a result of previous purchases. Photograph: Stephanie Lecocq/EPA

European Central Bank president Mario Draghi has pushed back on calls to ease Ireland’s current restricted access to his €2.5 trillion quantitative ea(...)

Paris’s 22-page glossy pitch highlighted its “vibrant cultural scene” and “second-to-none” recreational facilities. Photograph: Getty Images

It was deja vu all over again on Monday evening as Ireland found itself losing out to France for the second time in less than a week to France. Only t(...)

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier: “The single market is a package of four indivisible freedoms, common rules, institutions and enforcement structure.” Photograph: John Thys/AFP/Getty Images

The European Union’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has ruled out the prospect of UK financial firms benefiting from a special post-Brexit deal that(...)

Brexit warning: the Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes warned that up to €1.3 trillion in financial-services contracts are at risk from the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

The UK departing the European Union without a deal in place has been routinely described as going off a cliff edge – and it might be time to invest in(...)

Moody’s said Bank of Ireland’s provision of a further €150 million to €175 million to cover refunds, compensation and other costs relating to the overcharging of mortgage customers will wipe out 70 per cent of its fourth-quarter pretax profit.

Bank of Ireland’s move last week to identify a further 6,000 customers hit by an industry-wide tracker-mortgage controversy raises questions about the(...)

London skyline: Investment banks including Barclays, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Citigroup revealed during the summer that they plan to expand their Irish operations as they prepare for the UK to quit the EU in March 2019. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA

Banking lobby group UK Finance has called for the establishment of an “ambitious” free-trade agreement to preserve cross-border financial services bet(...)

ECB president, Mario Draghi. The ECB is echoing comments from the EU banking watchdog last month, which warned firms could not set up mere ‘shells’ with no real substance to retain access to the single market after Brexit. Photograph: Reuters

The European Central Bank’s supervisory arm has criticised banks’ Brexit relocation plans for leaning too far toward the ‘empty shells’ regulators hav(...)

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