Mark Bourke

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AIB chief financial officer Mark Bourke was centrally involved in delivering a successful sale of shares in the bank.

Mark Bourke AIB A key player in AIB’s return to the main stock markets in Dublin and London last May, , the first sale of shares since it was taken (...)

AIB’s annual report shows that its chief executive, Bernard Byrne, received a salary of €500,000 in 2017 and a pension payment of €100,000.

AIB senior executive are in line to receive deferred shares annually as part of an incentive plan that will commence in 2019. But executives will not(...)

AIB CEO Bernard Byrne, middle, rings the bell at the Irish Stock Exchange in June following the bank’s successful stock market listing. Advisers to the flotation earned millions of euros in fees.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Securities firms Davy, Deutsche Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are understood to have made €1.7 million each acting as the leading financial f(...)

AIB chairman Richard Pym:  the bank’s senior management team is in Washington, DC for the annual IMF-World Bank meeting. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

AIB’s senior management team arrived in Washington, DC this week for the autumn International Monetary Fund-World Bank meetings, as chairman Richard P(...)

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(...)

Bernard Byrne, AIB chief executive, rings the bell at the Irish Stock Exchange with Deirdre Somers, Irish Stock Exchange chief executive, and Richard Pym, chairman AIB. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Shortly after midnight last Friday, Ann Nolan, deputy head of the Department of Finance, and two officials working on AIB’s flotation hailed a taxi fr(...)

AIB: certain “senior executives” below the board may seek to participate in the stock sale, which the Government expects to price at between €3.90 and €4.90 per share.

A number of AIB directors plan to buy stock in the bank after it floats later this month, having agreed not to participate in the initial share sale t(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne, who is set to undertake a roadshow of institutional investors in advance of the bank’s share sale. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Potential investors in AIB have voiced concerns about paying up front for the bank’s ability to save €3 billion in taxes in the coming decades, as ana(...)

  AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne: “The first piece is getting the 25 per cent away. Everything becomes significantly easier after that.”  Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

AIB, which was seized by the State in late 2010 to prevent its collapse, may be out of majority Government control by the end of the decade. Speakin(...)

 Bernard Byrne: “Today we think we are presenting a changed bank.”  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

AIB will tell potential investors that its €8.6 billion bad loans problem will be mostly fixed within three years, as it prepares to float on the Dubl(...)

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