Dómhnal Slattery, chief executive of Irish aircraft lessor, Avolon, has been named The Irish Times Business Person of the Month, an award run in assoc(...)

Glanbia, which traded ex-divided, closed at €18.82, down 0.5 per cent.

European shares rose to a five-month high, boosted by strength in the banking sector after Britain’s parliament voted to reject a disorderly Brexit. (...)

Airline shares were in the spotlight after the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft was grounded in many countries. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images

European shares ended flat on Tuesday after a choppy session during which hopes that British prime minister Theresa May would win support for her plan(...)

PTSB’s chief executive Jeremy Masding, didn’t rule out further loan sales when he reported full-year results last week.

Permanent TSB (PTSB) last year overcame remaining “existential issues” by offloading €3.4 billion of problem loans, but it has “very limited scope” of(...)

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(...)

The bank  reported its core capital ratio fell to 13.2 per cent from 13.3 per cent a year ago

Barclays reported a lower-than-forecast attributable profit of £3.5 billion for 2018, as it took a £150 million provision against Brexit losses and it(...)

Insurer FBD was in demand, advancing 2.9 per cent to €8.50. Photograph: Dave Meehan

European shares advanced on Friday to their highest level in three months, as investors cheered reports of progress in US-China trade talks and as a E(...)

Ulster Bank’s owner RBS pumped the equivalent of €17 billion into Ulster Bank during the financial crisis. Photograph: Tom Honan

Ulster Bank’s chief executive of five months in the Republic, Jane Howard, couldn’t have been more adamant. “I’ve no mandate at all to look at Perman(...)

 Davy estimates that Ulster Bank’s return on equity, a key gauge of a bank’s profitability, amounted to a little over 5 per cent in the first nine months of 2018, excluding exceptional costs.

A merger between Ulster Bank and Permanent TSB (PTSB) would boost the combined weak profitability of the two lenders by almost 50 per cent, according (...)

Pollen Street Capital managing partner Lindsey McMurray: “We have invested about €150 million in equity capital and another €700 million in debt financing so far but we’re just getting going in Ireland.” Photograph: Maxwells Dublin

British venture capital group Pollen Street Capital, which has invested about €1 billion in the Republic since 2016, has said it expects to make furth(...)

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