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Analysts at Investec  have estimated that the bank may cut its workforce by 15-20 per cent, equating to up to 2,200 employees, by the end of 2021

Bank of Ireland’s chief executive Francesca McDonagh has committed in a meeting with Financial Services Union (FSU) officials to sticking to an existi(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne announced he is to leave the bank late last week.

Bankers’ bonuses should only be considered once public confidence in banks has been restored, the Financial Services Union (FSU) has said. And it argu(...)

Ulster Bank: a scandal around its tracker loans  fuelled the move to establish an Irish Banking Culture Board. Photograph: Tom Honan

The Irish Banking Culture Board being set up by lenders in the wake of the tracker mortgage scandal is a “self-regulatory” body that will not work unl(...)

Ulster Bank does not plan to close any outlets as part of the new restructuring. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank has told staff that it plans to cut 54 jobs across its branch network as it moves ahead with technology upgrades. The bank said, however, (...)

Ulster Bank said it was committed to paying people fairly and motivating and rewarding staff. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank has agreed to a proposal from Ireland’s Financial Services Union (FSU) to increase pay for staff by between 2 and 5 per cent. Following (...)

Mary O’Dea

Mary O’Dea, who stepped in as acting head of the financial regulator during the crisis, has quit the Central Bank months after returning to the organi(...)

Ulster Bank has implemented controversial new salary ranges for staff ahead of a proposed ballot on pay. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Financial Services Union has suspended a ballot on pay among its members at Ulster Bank in the Republic after the company implemented controversia(...)

Kieran Mulvey: independent mediator said plan to change salary ranges  “remains contentious” and called for further engagement between the parties. Photograph: Alan Betson

Staff at Ulster Bank in the Republic are in line for an average 2 per cent pay increase from April following a recommendation from independent mediat(...)

Gareth Murphy, outgoing director of markets supervision at the Central Bank, is set to join Standard Life.

The Central Bank of Ireland’s outgoing director of markets supervision Gareth Murphy is set to join Edinburgh-based pensions giant Standard Life in a(...)

Ulster Bank’s redundancy terms provide for four weeks’ pay per year of service subject to a cap of 104 weeks and £300,000, or its euro equivalent

Ulster Bank and the Financial Services Union have agreed a two-year extension to their procedural and relationship agreement, which allows for volunta(...)

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