David Duffy

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Developer Michael O’Flynn predicted a static level of housing supply in the absence of significant Government intervention. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

There are “serious” viability issues for property developments outside of Dublin, a leading property developer has said. Speaking to The Irish Times,(...)

Property Industry Ireland (PII) has called for the retention of the Government’s controversial Help-to-Buy scheme in next month’s budget so as to giv(...)

 The Bank of Ireland headquarters on College Green in Dublin. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

Bank of Ireland is reassessing its UK public relations agency contract with Bell Pottinger, after the PR firm lost high-profile clients and was expell(...)

Uninest New Mill in Dublin 8, which opens this month, is an example of the new breed of high-spec student accommodation being built in the capital.

Student accommodation might conjure up images of grotty homes with mildewed curtains and questionable electrics. Now, a new breed of purpose-built lu(...)

Allied Irish Bank: no longer plans to offshore roles in its IT operations unit, where 129 staff were outsourced to Wipro more than two years ago.  Photograph: Paul McErlane

AIB has changed its mind on offshoring certain IT functions to India as part of its five-year outsourcing arrangement with Wipro. It is understood tha(...)

AIB has slashed its level of bad loans from €29 billion in 2013  to €8.6 billion, as the bank restructured soured loans at pace, and it benefited from a rebound in the economy and house prices

For a brief moment at the height of the financial crisis, AIB received some respite as top executives at Goldman Sachs were grilled in April 2010 by U(...)

Most Junior Cert students left the science exam happy, according to teacher Luke Saunders. Photo: iStock

Both higher and ordinary level science papers were fair and the visual layout of the papers was less cluttered than in recent years, according to teac(...)

October 2008: AIB chief executive Eugene Sheehy rules out bailout. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

August 2008: AIB reports a €1.28 billion pretax profit for the first half of 2008. Pays €270 million dividend to shareholders as most other banks glob(...)

David Duffy: joined CYBG as chief executive from AIB in June 2015

CYBG, the lender spun off from National Australia Bank, posted a 15 per cent rise in first-half underlying profit on Tuesday and said it remained on (...)

David Duffy: AIB becoming a private bank again “is a necessary step to remain successful”. Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

For David Duffy and the Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group (CYBG) that he leads, the future is digital, with a capital ’B’. B is the name of CY(...)

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