Revolut: UK-based payments provider has about one million customers in Ireland.

It’s almost impossible to avoid these days: parents collecting money for Christmas gifts for teachers will ask to be paid through it, while friends ou(...)

There are three female CEOs on the Iseq 20:  Irish Residential Properties Reit chief  Margaret Sweeney, above,  Bank of Ireland’s Francesca McDonagh and  Glanbia head Siobhan Talbot. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Ireland’s top 20 Iseq companies have the highest ratio of female chief executives among stock indices globally at 15 per cent, according to a new repo(...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Francesca McDonagh says the pandemic has taught businesses to adapt to unprecedented circumstances. Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

Francesca McDonagh, Bank of Ireland’s chief executive of three years, has seen more of her colleagues’ domestic lives than she might have bargained f(...)

Tourism Ireland chief executive Niall Gibbons has been named the most influential Irish chief executive on LinkedIn. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Tourism Ireland boss Niall Gibbons is the most influential Irish chief executive on LinkedIn, according to a new ranking by the Reputations Agency. (...)

The bank received more than 2,000 applications last month for its redundancy scheme

Bank of Ireland said on Wednesday that it has taken a €169 million charge to deal with a voluntary redundancy programme that will lead to 1,700 staff (...)

Michael Bloomberg; and Sean Crowe,  Jennifer Howett and Francesca McDonagh of Bank of Ireland Group. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Bank of Ireland said on Monday that Sean Crowe, chief executive of its markets and treasury division and a key figure in the group’s emergency fundrai(...)

AIB office space in Dublin will be considered as part of any cost cutting measures

AIB, which unveiled plans earlier this year to cut 1,500 jobs by 2022, is carrying out a fresh examination of costs as the Covid-19 economic crisis is(...)

Bank of Ireland announced in early August that it planned to cut its workforce from 10,400 to 9,000 over time. Photograph: iStock

Bank of Ireland saw about 2,000 staff apply for voluntary redundancy, amid a flurry of last-minute applications that came in before a deadline on Wedn(...)

Bank of Ireland announced in  August that it planned to cut its workforce from 10,400 to 9,000. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

More than 1,400 Bank of Ireland staff have applied for voluntary redundancy, exceeding the number of job cuts that the lender is targeting over the co(...)

Francesca McDonagh, group chief executive, Bank of Ireland with Andrew Hetherington, chief executive, Business to Arts  at the launch of Bank of Ireland Begin Together Arts Fund   to support artists. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Bank of Ireland has committed to provide €1 million over the next two years to support artists and arts projects across the island. The money will b(...)

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