Ulster Bank

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Ulster Bank is set to reduce the number of its branches to between 175-185 by the end of 2014. Photograph:Frank Miller /THE IRISH TIMES

Ulster Bank is planning to shut as many as 40 branches as part of a new plan to become a “smaller, lower cost and profitable bank”.Under the plan the (...)

 Ulster Bank’s HQ in Dublin. “We will have to see the proposals before making comment on them,” the bank said.

Ulster Bank remained silent yesterday on reports that the UK government will consider hiving off some of its problem assets as part of a wider soluti(...)

Seán Dunne’s US court appeal says that in the absence of a stay he and his property will be subject to Irish insolvency proceedings “adversely impacting his rights, interests and liberties in numerous significant ways”. Photograph:  Brenda Fitzsimons

Developer Seán Dunne has lodged a new appeal in the US courts, seeking to reimpose a stay that would prevent Ulster Bank from proceeding with its peti(...)

The construction sector in Northern Ireland remains the only one still waiting a kickstart back to growth, according to data from Ulster Bank. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The private sector economy in Northern Ireland is starting to show signs that the worst of the downturn is over, new figures have indicated.Business a(...)

Paul Stanley, who joined AIB in 1980, became acting CFO in May 2011. It was announced today he was planning to step down from his role with the bank. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Ulster Bank is poised to hire Paul Stanley, whose departure as acting chief financial officer of AIB was announced today, three people familiar with t(...)

Why would the Government wish to take ownership of part or all of Ulster Bank, a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in which the British g(...)

Ulster Bank on Georges Quay, Dublin. The BBC is reporting that the UK Treasury is considering transferring control of the RBS owned bank to the Irish government.(Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/THE
IRISH
TIMES)

A “radical” restructuring of Royal Bank of Scotland, which is largely owned by the UK taxpayer, could see it transfer control of its Irish operation, (...)

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