Colin Hunt

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AIB’s return to the life and pensions business comes as banks in the Republic and across Europe continue to widen the net of customers being charged negative rates on deposits.

J AIB said on Wednesday it has agreed to form a life and pensions joint venture with Canada Life Irish Holdings Company as it seeks to boost its inc(...)

Colin Hunt: “It [THE PANDEMIC]made me more comfortable in my view that we could drive very significant transformational change to the organisation at pace.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

AIB’s chief executive Colin Hunt describes himself as a “young man in a hurry”. So do many CEOs, but few hit the summit of their career ambitions at t(...)

AIB has raised €1.75 billion from two green bonds to date. The funds are used to back sustainable projects. Photograph: iStock

AIB has raised €750 million after completing its second green bond issuance, the bank said, bringing to €1.75 billion the total it has raised from gre(...)

Nigel Dunne, chief executive of Standard Life International, with then-chief executive David Nish in 2011. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Irish Life’s Canadian parent, Great-West Lifeco, is one of two bidders vying to take over Dublin-based Standard Life International and Ark Life, accor(...)

Total income fell by 4 per cent in the first-quarter, with net interest income decreasing by 13 per cent and other income increasing 36 per cent. Photograph: iStock

AIB said on Thursday that it returned to profit in the first quarter of the year, as it set aside a lower loan-loss provision than taken in early 2020(...)

Bank of Ireland CEO Francesca McDonagh. Some industry observers say the bank’s move to assess the possibility of becoming a primary dealer may be part of the group’s plan to acquire Davy.

AIB and Bank of Ireland are looking into the prospect of becoming primary dealers in Government bonds, as Davy’s exit from this business in the wake o(...)

AIB chief executive Colin Hunt, a former chief economist at Goodbody, wants to fully integrate the stockbroker into the banking group. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Goodbody Stockbrokers has been told by the Central Bank to have a permanent managing director selected by the time its €138 million takeover by AIB is(...)

The directed buyback contract will ‘help facilitate the return of AIB to full private ownership over time’. Photograph: Aidan Crawley / Bloomberg

State-controlled AIB is seeking shareholder approval at its upcoming annual general meeting (agm) to allow it to buy back up to an almost 5 per cent s(...)

Colin Hunt, CEO of AIB and formerly of Goodbody.

AIB chief executive Colin Hunt has been something of a lone wolf among Irish bankers, on the prowl for deals in recent times. An economist by backgro(...)

AIB chief executive  Colin Hunt:  Green lending accounts for 16 per cent of all the bank’s  new lending.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Green lending at AIB grew by one-fifth last year to €1.46 billion in defiance of a slump in overall lending amid Covid-19, with the increase in this s(...)

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