Jim O Keeffe

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In terms of Brexit context lending, AIB chief executive Colin Hunt  says the bank is “responding to customer demand”.

AIB expects to reduce its non-performing loan exposure by between €2 billion and €3 billion by the end of this year, the company told an Oireachtas co(...)

AIB has so far returned €10.2 billion to the State since it was rescued.

AIB’s chief financial officer Mark Bourke signalled on Thursday that as few as 80 top executives and managers stand to benefit from the lender’s plan (...)

Donal Creed

Warm tributes have been paid from across the political spectrum to former Fine Gael TD and minister of state Donal Creed who has died at the age of 93(...)

David Hall was behind the establishment of iCare Housing, a not-for-profit approved housing body. Photograph: Collins Courts

A new scheme aimed at keeping distressed borrowers in their homes has been launched by AIB, the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation (IMHO) and iCare (...)

SIPO is tasked with overseeing ethics among those holding public office.

WHAT IS SIPO? Sipo was established in 2001 and is tasked with a number of supervisory roles. Under legislation it must oversee the ethics of those i(...)

The complaint was made by the whistleblower to the Central Bank of Ireland via a confidential email account for protected disclosures operated by the regulator. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Single Supervisory Mechanism in Frankfurt is set to investigate allegations made by a whistleblower this week in relation to AIB and the way it re(...)

If Martin Callinan, the Garda Commissioner, believed a criminal offence had been perpetrated within the offices of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman(...)

Dr Garret FitzGerald signs the Anglo-Irish Agreement with former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The Margaret Thatcher whom I first met as minister for foreign affairs in the spring of 1975, shortly after her election as leader of the Conservat(...)