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Analysts believe that the banks’ costs base still remains too high, with further job cuts likely over the coming years as lenders increase their spending on technology.

Next month marks the 10th anniversary of when Irish taxpayers started to inject money into the State’s domestic banks, a bill that ultimately balloon(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has much to ponder in relation to bankers’ remuneration. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

As the tracker mortgage scandal continues to bubble, Maurice Crowley, the interim chief executive of Banking & Payments Federation Ireland, has to(...)

AIB is pressing ahead with plans to disband its complex web of staff grades and replace it with a streamlined career structure from July. Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Staff in AIB are set for a pay increase that is expected to comprise two parts, one tied to individuals’ performance and a flat rate linked to the ris(...)

A survey by recruitment company Korn Ferry in September found women comprise just 13 per cent of the boards of listed Irish companies. Photograph: iStock

The Republic has placed 17th out of 34 counties in a study analysing progress for women leaders. Although up from its 23rd place ranking in 2006 whe(...)

Companies that buy in to succession planning are adept at estimating their future needs and start planning several years out.

Earlier this year Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance chief executive Carlos Ghosn had his contract renewed for another four years. But rather than co(...)

Executive-search firm Korn Ferry has been engaged by Bus Éireann to lead the lead the search for a new chief executive. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Global executive-search firm Korn Ferry has been engaged by Bus Éireann to lead the process to appoint a new chief executive to replace Ray Hernan at (...)

The international recruiters based here scout for both Irish-based and overseas jobs. Photograph: Getty Images

Executive search in Ireland was traditionally carried on by the big four accountancy practices, established local firms such as Merc and Amrop, and we(...)

Bob Casey: “It has been a very smooth transition.” Photograph: Iain White/Fennell Photography

It’s a far cry from being tackled by a 19-stone rugby player, but former Ireland international Bob Casey is relishing his new Dublin-based corporate (...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian, who announced this week that he will leave the company in July. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Embattled baked goods company Aryzta, which owns Cuisine de France, has lost a fourth top executive as the group faces into an unprecedented restructu(...)