PTSB says it has a target of cutting its soured loans to a “mid-single-digit ratio” over the “medium term”.

Permanent TSB (PTSB) must shift a further €550 million in problem loans before it will meet its own targets – and get a hearing from regulators on li(...)

Ken Bowles with Tony Smurfit, Smurfit Kappa chief executive. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Often the unsung heroes of the business world, chief financial officers are the workhorses behind the headlines. This year’s shortlist for the Irish T(...)

Permanent TSB: a significant portion of the customers the bank is looking to get off its book have “neither engaged with the bank or refused treatment”. Photograph: Tom Honan

Permanent TSB (PTSB) has set a deadline in six weeks for bidders to lodge final offers for a €2.2 billion portfolio of non-performing mortgages, which(...)

PTSB chief executive Jeremy Masding said the bank’s depressed share price reflected market concerns about its ability to resolve its non-performing loans problem. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) planned sale of €900 million of “split mortgages” will expose borrowers to the whims of overseas investment funds, as contract(...)

Permanent TSB CEO Jeremy Masding: said this week that the ECB is likely to stand in the way of the group hitting its target of returning to paying dividends in early 2019 for the first time in over a decade. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

For followers of Irish banks, an all-too-familiar – and increasingly powerful – bogeyman continues to lurk in the shadows. Permanent TSB’s chief exe(...)

Eamonn Crowley

Permanent TSB has appointed Eamonn Crowley as its new chief financial officer. He will take up his role in March and will be proposed for appointment (...)