David Duffy

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Fianna Fáil TD Seán Fleming said AIB should be “sent packing” by the Government, given that the bank was bailed out to the tune of €20.8 billion by taxpayers, continued to be loss-making and had yet to deal meaningfully with its mortgage arrears customers.

AIB has raised with the Government the issue of bank bonuses being reinstated and the cap on pay for executives being lifted. It is understood that th(...)

David Duffy, chief executive of AIB, recently took over as IBF president and his support for a legal challenge would be crucial for it to proceed

The Government’s €450 million bank levy could breach EU state aid rules, according to legal advice given to the Irish Banking Federation (IBF).The opi(...)

AIB chief executive David Duffy: aired his concerns about Ireland’s ability to continue to attract substantial levels of foreign direct investmentPhotograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The issues of loan arrears, capital adequacy and profitability will all “effectively be resolved” in the Irish banking sector in the next two years, a(...)

The protocol will apply to SMEs with debts of between €250,000 and €10 million.

The Irish Banking Federation has published a protocol for SMEs in financial difficulties who have debts with a number of banks.The move is designed to(...)

Richie Boucher, Chief Executive Bank of Ireland, arriving at Leinster House, for a meeting with the Oireachtas finance committee. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Another year, another step closer to normalised lending. Or so we hope. The past year has reminded us we cannot take anything for granted in the fi(...)

In a statement last night, AIB confirmed Ms Boden’s departure, saying she had “decided to leave the bank to pursue new challenges overseas”.

AIB’s chief operating officer Anne Boden is leaving the bank after just 18 month in the role, The Irish Times has learned. In a statement last night, (...)

David Duffy, chief executive of AIB, is eyeing up banking federation role. Photograph: Alan Betson

AIB chief executive David Duffy is eyeing the role of president of the Irish Banking Federation in what would be a break with tradition by the financi(...)

David Duffy, chief executive of AIB, said this morning that the bank has yet to have a case under the new insolvency legislation because they realise it’s not a “magic solution”. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / IRISH TIMES

State-owned AIB is looking for a “partial sale” of the bank in the next few years, chief executive David Duffy told RTE radio in an interview this mor(...)

David Hall’s mortgage holders’ lobby group announced that it would run a six-month pilot for AIB

It might not be up there with Charlie Haughey’s decision to go into coalition with his bitter foe Des O’Malley, or the more recent detente between Roy(...)

David Duffy: ‘real progress in restructuring the borrowings of customers in arrears’. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

AIB has charged four senior executives at the State-controlled bank with accelerating a resolution of its customer “arrears challenge” so that it can (...)

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