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AIB chief executive Colin Hunt has carried out his first major executive reshuffle. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

AIB’s new chief executive Colin Hunt has carried out his first major executive reshuffle, naming Jim O’Keeffe as the bank’s next managing director for(...)

  Bernard Byrne  stepped down earlier this year as chief executive of AIB after nearly four years at the helm. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Irish public-limited companies, whose shares have been depressed in recent years by concerns over Brexit, may find themselves the subject of takeover (...)

Top three earners: CRH’s Albert Manifold (€8.23m), Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary (€3.373m) and Smurfit Kappa’s Tony Smurfit (€3.372m)

The bosses of Ireland’s top 20 companies earned 41 times more than their employees, widening the gap on the previous year as they secured a collective(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Minister of State Michael D’Arcy. Photograph: Tom Honan

He might not have been articulating official Government policy but comments this week on bankers’ pay from the Minister of State with responsibility f(...)

Andrew Keating, who is stepping down as chief financial officer at Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Alan Betson

Andrew Keating, the chief financial officer of Bank of Ireland, is leaving the bank for a finance job in another sector, with the bank complaining tha(...)

Outgoing Central Bank governor Philip Lane: pay cap “may limit the recruitment pool for senior leadership roles”. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank has warned the Government that an effective ban on bankers’ bonuses represents a “current and future risk” to the stability of the ba(...)

Department of Finance secretary general Derek Moran. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will receive advice from the Central Bank on the potential removal of the €500,000 pay cap on bankers’ pay th(...)

AIB deputy chairperson Catherine Woods said the bank’s efforts to attract and retain staff were partly depended on its “ability to compete with the reumuneration practices of other employers”.

AIB’s deputy chairperson Catherine Woods told shareholders at the group’s annual general meeting on Wednesday that ongoing pay restrictions and a ban (...)

AIB may sell more troubled loans this year to lower its non-performing debt ratio to 5 per cent. Photograph: Reuters

AIB’s new chief executive, Colin Hunt, is set to indicate to Oireachtas finance committee members that the bank may sell more troubled loans this year(...)

Paschal Donohoe rejected an AIB plan to reinstate bonuses last year.  Photograph: Laura Hutton

Irish bank pay caps and bonus restrictions are now a major worry, a group of investors have told the Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe, as the Gove(...)

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