AIB chief financial officer Mark Bourke, who will depart the bank shortly for a new role in Portugal. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

AIB is understood to have selected Donal Galvin as its next chief financial officer (CFO), as the bank prepares to announce a planned dividend hike ne(...)

An artist’s impression of Cairn Homes’ proposals for Chesterfield House, which planners approved on Friday.

Builder Cairn Homes has secured permission to build more than 200 dwellings in an area where such properties are selling for €300,000-€600,000. An Bo(...)

AIB is working to cut its level of bad loans towards the EU average of 3.4 per cent. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Lone Star Funds is said to be one of at least three bidders to have progressed to the second stage for an AIB portfolio of soured loans, according to (...)

The draft No Consent, No Sale Bill 2019, was unveiled by Sinn Féin finance spokesman Pearse Doherty in the Dáil last week. FIle photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Central Bank of Ireland has warned the Department of Finance that a proposed new Bill from Sinn Féin that would prevent a bank from selling a mor(...)

Anthony O’Reilly in 2005. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/PA

Anthony O’Reilly, once Ireland’s richest man, was insolvent to the tune of almost €150 million in his bankruptcy in the Bahamas in March 2016, newly f(...)

Global stock investors took fright in early October as the US Federal Reserve signalled a possible more aggressive path for rate hikes, sending US bond yields to eight-year highs. Photograph: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images

Stock-market Cassandras warning of impending danger were a brave species at the start of the year, as Wall Street indices hit fresh all-time highs on(...)

Press-Up, the pub, restaurant and hotel group which owns the Elephant & Castle in Temple Bar, has stalled its planned IPO. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The number of stock market flotations in Europe this year is set to be down 20 per cent on 2017 as initial public offering (IPO) activity is hit by vo(...)

Allied Irish Banks: ‘While we do see loan sales as part of our overall plan, our key priority remains to restructure customers on a case-by-case basis.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

AIB’s latest troubled loans portfolio sale, initiated in recent weeks, contains debt that was originally valued at €3.4 billion, according to sources.(...)

The Tifco group owns 18 hotels, as well as sites for two new hotels in Dublin, and manages a number of other high-profile hotels around the State, including the Clontarf Castle in Dublin.

After years of strong turnover in the hotel investment market from distressed Nama-driven sales, 2018 was a “normal” year for hotel transactions. It’s(...)

PTSB chief executive Jeremy Masding has repeatedly said this year that the bank had run out of options as it came under regulatory pressure to lower its NPLs. Photograph:  Eric Luke

US investment powerhouse Pimco has been lined up to buy the rights to most of the income from a portfolio of €1.3 billion of problem home loans that P(...)

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