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John Burns: was previously Diageo’s communications and content lead for Guinness in Europe.

Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp has appointed former Diageo executive John Burns as the new chief executive of its Dublin radio station, 98FM. The media g(...)

AIB subsidiary Haven said on Wednesday that it will cut its standard variable rate by 0.32 percentage points to 3.4 per cent. The reduction will apply to both new and existing customers, and coincides with a 0.25 percentage point cut in the lender’s loan-to-value rates, meaning the lowest rate now on offer is 3.1 per cent.

AIB subsidiary Haven said on Wednesday that it will cut its standard variable rate by 0.32 percentage points to 3.4 per cent. The reduction will appl(...)

AIB customers can avoid bank charges of €4.50 a quarter by keeping a balance of €2,500.  (Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg)

Permanent TSB may not have shaken up the current account market with its new “ground breaking” product to any great extent, but its Explore account, (...)

AIB, Ballsbridge in Dublin. Some 19% of the bank’s gross loans were classified as impaired at the end of December. Photograph: The Irish Times

AIB is considering the sale of some troubled mortgages, as banks look at ways to deal with their more problematic loans. Sources said the bank, whic(...)

AIB may have saved €15 million by not extending its latest 0.25 per cent variable rate mortgage cut to customers of its EBS and Haven subsidiaries.  (Photograph:  Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times)

AIB may have saved €15 million by not extending its latest variable rate mortgage cut to customers of its EBS and Haven subsidiaries. On Monday the(...)

The Bills are designed to drive down what both parties consider to be excessive standard variable rates

Pressure for lower mortgage rates will increase as both Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil plan to bring Bills before the Dáil this month that would give the C(...)

AIB’s rate cut will please its customers, but has the bank gone far enough? (Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times)

AIB customers got some welcome news when the bank said it would make a quarter percenage point cent cut to its standard variable mortgage (SVR) rate.(...)

Irish demand deposit rates have slumped to as low as 0.01 per cent in recent times - and may yet hit zero. (Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / THE IRISH TIMES)

Irish savers are now earning as little as €1 a year on deposits of €10,000 - and may be set to earn even less, following last week’s move from the Eu(...)

Back in 2006, Irish consumers had a staggering 14 current account providers to choose from but today those options have reduced to six

Yes the financial crisis and resulting bailout of the banks have cost taxpayers billions. But a less discussed impact of the crisis has been the dimin(...)

Jean Claude-Trichet: former ECB president remarked a “bomb” would go off in Dublin if a haircut was imposed on senior bondholders. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Treasury Management Agency advised the Government in March 2011 that haircuts of €9.1 billion could have been imposed on senior bondhold(...)

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