Eamonn Crowley

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Eamonn Crowley, CEO of Permanent TSB. The bank  would most likely be interested in €9 billion of Ulster Bank’s €20 billion loan book.

Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) chief executive, Eamonn Crowley, said the bank will approach both stock market investors and the Government for cash if it need(...)

Permanent TSB is interested in acquiring at least part of Ulster Bank’s business in the Republic. File photograph: The Irish Times

Permanent TSB chief executive Eamonn Crowley said the bank is seeing house prices rise despite fears that Covid-19 would send property values tumbling(...)

 A Permanent TSB office in Dublin. PTSB is interested in acquiring mortgages and SME loans of Ulster Bank, which is now in wind down. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Government faces the prospect of having to inject fresh money into the banking system a decade after its €64 billion bailout of the sector, as it (...)

Ulster Bank’s HQ  in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The general secretary of the Financial Services Union (FSU) John O’Connell has accused Ulster Bank of treating its staff “very shabbily”. Staff had (...)

Permanent TSB and AIB, in both of which the Government has majority stakes, are on track to say on Friday that they are in talks to buy parts of Ulster Bank’s €20.5 billion loan book in the Republic. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Permanent TSB and AIB, in both of which the Government has majority stakes, are on track to say on Friday that they are in talks to buy parts of Ulste(...)

PTSB had been widely speculated as a potential merger partner for Ulster Bank in the Republic over the past decade. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB (PTSB) has retained investment bank Morgan Stanley to advise on a potential bid for Ulster Bank’s small- to medium-sized business (SME) (...)

Sunnier times:  An Ulster Bank branch in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Niamh Brennan, the University College Dublin management professor, was preparing to sit through an induction session for new Ulster Bank board members(...)

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Parents are worried that taking time away from work to spend with their family will damage their career prospects, while workers are also concerned th(...)

Eamonn Crowley, chief executive of Permanent TSB. Photograph: Maxwell

Permanent TSB (PTSB) is the last of the five banks in the State to come out of the traps this year with a plan to cut jobs, confirming on Friday that (...)

The level of jobs being eliminated at PTSB through a voluntary redundancy scheme equates to about 12.5% of its almost 2,400-strong workforce

Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) new chief executive, Eamonn Crowley, is planning to cut 300 jobs, mainly targeting managerial positions, as the bank joins riva(...)

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