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First Trust cited commercial reasons for the decision to cease printing its own banknotes.

First Trust Bank, which is part of AIB, is to stop printing its own banknotes in the North and will dispense Bank of England sterling from its ATM net(...)

According to Danske bank’s updated factbook, it lost about 8,000 customers in Denmark last quarter, as Danes learned the full scope of the laundering scandal

Danske Bank’s interim chief executive said that it was too early to assess what damage Denmark’s largest lender had sustained from a €200 billion mone(...)

Fine Gael junior minister Pat Breen is reported in the Sunday Business Post as having held a number of meetings with the lead bidder for the National Broadband Plan. Photograph: Tom Honan

Fine Gael junior minister Pat Breen held a number of meetings with the lead bidder for the National Broadband Plan (NBP), the Sunday Business Post rep(...)

Shares in Danske have fallen 34 per cent over the last seven months. Photograph: Reuters

Danske Bank is facing a criminal investigation by US federal prosecutors into its €200 billion money laundering scandal, raising the possibility of a (...)

Deutsche Bank warned Danske Bank that it would only be comfortable dealing with one in 10 of a sample of customers at a branch that has emerged as the centre of one of Europe’s largest money-laundering scandals.

Deutsche Bank warned Danske Bank that it would only be comfortable dealing with one in 10 of a sample of customers at a branch that has emerged as the(...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Francesca McDonagh

AIB and Bank of Ireland have emerged from the wreckage of the Republic’s financial system a decade ago with a near-dominant position in the market. Wi(...)

Paddy Graham of the UK’s Business Growth Fund and Brett Ross, managing director of RiverRidge Recycling.

A hard post-Brexit border would be a rubbish prospect for businesses in the North but it would not be a deterrent to expanding into the Republic in t(...)

AIB has arguably lagged behind other banks  – notably Ulster Bank, Lloyds/Bank of Scotland and Danske – in resolving its non-performing loans.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

AIB is believed to have hired accounting firm Grant Thornton as a consultant to advise on a wide range of issues relating to its large book of proble(...)

 Cruise Park Drive, Tyrrelstown (above). There are three main ways that Irish homeowners and renters may come under the sphere of influence a foreign fund: it becomes your landlord, it becomes your mortgage lender, or, as happened with many Tyrrelstown residents, it becomes your landlord’s lender. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The plight of the 40 Tyrrelstown families who have been told to find new homes, not long after their landlord’s loans were bought by the Wall Street g(...)

The Central Bank sent letters on Tuesday  to all lenders that offered trackers, both for family homes and investment properties, from whenever they started to offer these loans up to the end of 2015.

The Central Bank of Ireland has decided to investigate all lenders who have offered tracker mortgages in Ireland to determine if customers’ rights hav(...)

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