Bank of Ireland has to rebuild its capital levels to its medium-term targets, which may see it delay returning to regular dividend payments to 2023, analysts said. File photograph: iStock

Bank of Ireland, AIB and Permanent TSB face having to deal with more than €4 billion of bad loan losses stemming from the Covid-19 crisis over the cou(...)

Aryzta CEO Kevin Toland and chairman Gary McGann persuaded shareholders to back a 2018 rescue fundraise. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Spanish activist investor Cobas Asset Management, the largest shareholder in Swiss-Irish baked goods group Aryzta, is back. And this time it’s got com(...)

The pandemic’s impact has eclipsed problems – including an income squeeze from low interest rates, concerns over Brexit and a dysfunctional housing market – that had long had Irish bank shares trading at a discount to European peers.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

On Saturday, March 14th, two days after Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced the closure of schools and called for outdoor mass gatherings to be cancelled(...)

Shares in Bank of Ireland, which have been among the most sold off in the sector in Europe so far this year, slid by as much as 13.4 per cent in Dublin.

Bank of Ireland, still scarred by needing a €4.8 billion State bailout and imposing losses on junior bondholders during the financial crisis of a deca(...)

Permanent TSB, the last of the State’s banks to return to profit after the financial crisis, is set to slide back to a loss this year. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB (PTSB), the last of the State’s banks to return to profit after the financial crisis, is set to slide back to a loss this year as the Co(...)

FBD’s outgoing chief executive Fiona Muldoon: the move by Eiopa came on the eve of Paul D’Alton taking over as chief executive of the insurer. Photograph: Eric Luke

Insurer FBD Holdings’ plan to pay out a €35 million dividend to shareholders is now in doubt following an intervention by the European Insurance and O(...)

 Bank of Ireland CEO, Francesca McDonagh. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Bank of Ireland has long-fingered plans to sell hundreds of millions of euro of problem mortgages until the second half of this year, as the appetite (...)

A little over four months after Bear Stearns collapsed in March 2008 and Irish banking shares succumbed to what became known as the St Patrick’s Day M(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said he was working on a best-case scenario of two to three months in which flights would be grounded and revenues would vanish. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Having triggered the wiping of more than $25 trillion off the value of public companies globally in the past five weeks as it wreaks havoc on health s(...)

The Bank of Ireland has €3.6 billion of exposure to at-risk sectors, representing 4.5 per cent of total loans.

Shares in AIB and Bank of Ireland, which have slumped in recent weeks amid the spread of Covid-19, are now pricing in an unlikely event of the Republi(...)

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