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Colin Hunt is due to present his vision for AIB in early March, a timing that has not been helped by the calling of an election for February 8th. Photograph:  Collins

A year into the job, AIB chief executive Colin Hunt will unveil his grand vision for the bank in early March. It’s shaping up to be an unenviable task(...)

AIB has been led by Colin Hunt since last March.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

AIB faces the risk of cutting its dividend and disappointing the market with the scale of excess capital it will return to shareholders as cost-cuttin(...)

 KBC Group CEO Johan Thijs: ‘What is still an annoying thing is all the tracker mortgage stuff and, honestly, we would recommend to Central Bank of Ireland: come on, guys, turn the page.’ Photograph:  Brenda Fitzsimons

The dreaded B-word hovered malevolently over the banking sector, like most areas of Irish economic and political life, in 2019. Fears over the impact(...)

Geraldine Casey has been hired as   chief people officer by AIB chief executive  Colin Hunt. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg via Getty Images

AIB chief executive Colin Hunt has hired a senior Tesco Ireland executive, Geraldine Casey, as his chief people officer, establishing a gender balance(...)

The housing market is in difficulty. More expensive properties are slow to sell and prices in some areas are static or easing back. File photograph: Getty

The Central Bank’s decision to maintain mortgage lending limits will keep people in a “rental trap” at a time when those home-lease costs are running (...)

 Governor of the Central Bank Gabriel Makhlouf has decided to stick with existing mortgage limits. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Mortgage lending limits will stay as they are, the Central Bank’s new governor Gabriel Makhlouf announced on Wednesday. The moves comes as house price(...)

BPFI CEO Brian Hayes: His plea for bankers to be able to speak their minds on major issues affecting their sector, and the economy at large, might get a better hearing if bankers weren’t so reluctant to apologise for their mistakes.  Photograph: Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

Free speech is the cornerstone of every democracy so bravo to Brian Hayes for saying that bankers here should not be put on the “bold step” for expres(...)

Brian Hayes, chief executive of the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Banking chiefs should not be put on the “bold step” for expressing views on regulatory or economic policy if Irish society is to avoid repeating a mis(...)

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf highlighted the need for the Irish economy to improve its resilience to challenges posed by Brexit, climate change and the pace of technological progress.

Gabriel Makhlouf used his maiden formal speech as Central Bank governor to defend mortgage-lending rules he inherited and pledge to focus on the risks(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Ed Sibley has accused bankers of lapsing banks into ‘pre-crisis’ hubris. Photograph:  Jason Clarke

Central Bank deputy governor Ed Sibley did not hold back in criticising the bankers in their own backyard – at the Banking and Payments Federation con(...)

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