Westmeath’s Peter Clarke and Neil Hogan of Dublin in action during the Electric Ireland Leinster MHC quarter-final at TEG Cusack Park in  Mullingar. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Captain Eamonn Cunneen delivered for Westmeath in sensational fashion with a huge display to help dump 2018 winners Dublin out of the Leinster MHC. C(...)

 Pat Creed

Bank of Ireland’s head of finance in the car finance division, Pat Creed, has signalled his plans to retire next March after 31 years with the lender.(...)

Mark Cunningham: he  is leaving Bank of Ireland after 30 years

Bank of Ireland’s director of business banking Mark Cunningham is leaving following a 30-year career with the lender. The news comes as current chief (...)

Bank of Ireland has announced a strategic tie-up with US trade group WebPort Global ina bid to help SME customers wishing to open up new trade routes(...)

Bank of Ireland said it had a market share of more than 50 per cent in new lending to SMEs and farms. Photograph: Frank Miller

Bank of Ireland has said it approved €5.3 billion in new credit to Irish small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) last year, which it said was an in(...)

Bank of Ireland said it received 9 per cent more applications for new or increased lending in the first nine months of 2015

Bank of Ireland has said new credit approvals for businesses rose 13 per cent for the first nine months of the year with 88 per cent of applications r(...)

 Donal Skehan: “What really struck a chord with me is the importance of creating long-term positive habits and routines, which is something I had struggled with before”

The Irish Times/Potentialife Be Your Best programme has come to an end after nine months. Potentialife saw a diverse group of Irish Times readers and (...)

Bank of Ireland received more than 34,000 business banking credit applications in the first half of the year. Photograph: Frank Miller

Bank of Ireland lent €2.5 billion to small and medium-sized businesses in the first half of the year and approved almost nine out of 10 credit applic(...)

Willie Penrose, Labour TD: “I’m scared of everybody heading for the hills and expanding like nobody’s business. You could have a confluence of factors coming that would actually eat up farmers’ incomes and leave them with virtually nothing.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Politicians have questioned bank assurances that dairy farmers are well-positioned to deal with volatile prices when the milk quota ends on March 1st.(...)

Danske Bank has largely exited the Irish market  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Danish financial institution Danske Bank has sold a portfolio of commercial loans to Bank of Ireland and Goldman Sachs. The face value of the total(...)

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