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Bank of Ireland and AIB had fallen by more than 11 per cent since the beginning of March.

Shares in AIB and Bank of Ireland rose on Wednesday as investors welcomed the Minster for Finance Paschal Donohoe’s pledge to retain lenders’ ability (...)

Permanent TSB has largely relied on reduced payments as a forbearance measure for loans under stress, with split mortgages, where repayments on a portion of a loan are put on ice, the second most popular treatment.

Permanent TSB’s €1.5 billion of troubled mortgage loans that haven’t been restructured at the end of 2016, either because borrowers cannot afford a wo(...)

AIB has already signalled that a ‘prudent dividend’ is likely to be paid in the new year. Photographer: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

There will be some familiar themes in Irish banking in 2017 – mortgage arrears, non-performing loans and the tracker mortgage examination – but it co(...)

Investec has  hired Ronan Dunphy from Deloitte where he managed its in-house research function, producing regular reports on the domestic macro environment and banking sector. Photograph: Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images

Investec Ireland has lured senior research analysts from Cantor Fitzgerald and Deloitte in Dublin as it seeks to build out its macro-financial researc(...)

Roy Barrett, chief executive of Goodbody Stockbrokers: sent an email to staff saying the company was not in takeover talks. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

There is no substance to industry speculation that Goodbody Stockbrokers could be taken over by Investec, Goodbody managing director Roy Barrett has t(...)

Goodbody’s latest hire, Colm Lauder, is currently vice-president of real estate at Morgan Stanley Capital International in London

Dublin-based stockbroker Goodbody has poached Irish man Colm Lauder from MSCI in London to lead its research coverage of the real estate sector. This(...)

Royal Canal Park, Dublin 15, where three- and four-bedroom homes are on sale from € 315,000. Latest figures from the BPFI show that mortgage approvals to first-time buyers slumped by 23 per cent in the year to January 2016.

Mortgage approvals plummeted in the three months to January 2016, as first-time buyers either fled the market or postponed their mortgage approval ap(...)