Myles O Grady

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 Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: A Korn Ferry report into banking remuneration he commissioned in 2018  has been gathering dust. Photograph: Julien Behal

After months of pushing back against the idea of taking part in a forum on the future of Irish banking in the wake of announcements by Ulster Bank and(...)

 Bank of Ireland’s outgoing chief financial officer Myles O’Grady handed in his notice to join Musgraves. Photograph: Eric Luke

Bank of Ireland chief financial officer Myles O’Grady’s decision to exit leaves two of the State’s remaining retail banks searching for a top bean cou(...)

In New York, the Nasdaq slipped on Monday as investors swapped technology heavyweights for stocks linked to economic growth, helping the Dow mark small gains. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

A decline in technology shares tempered gains in world markets sparked by further reopening of economies and a German election result that’s likely t(...)

Outgoing chief finanical officer Myles O’Grady

Bank of Ireland’s chief executive took aim at pay restrictions in the domestic banking sector on Monday after it was revealed her chief financial offi(...)

Tony Morley previously worked for the bank between 1993 and 2005, before working in the private clients division of Davy for a period

Bank of Ireland has appointed internal candidate Tony Morley as its new group treasurer, reporting to chief financial officer Myles O’Grady. Mr Morle(...)

Bank of Ireland reported that it swung into underlying pre-tax loss of €374 million last year.

Bank of Ireland shares rose on Monday as executives signalled they may launch a share buyback programme next year for the first time in almost two dec(...)

Shares in Bank of Ireland, which have been among the most sold off in the sector in Europe so far this year, slid by as much as 13.4 per cent in Dublin.

Bank of Ireland, still scarred by needing a €4.8 billion State bailout and imposing losses on junior bondholders during the financial crisis of a deca(...)

Two  home-builders have floated on the Irish Stock Exchange since the middle of 2015, Cairn Homes and Glenveagh Properties

Former senior AIB finance executive Myles O’Grady has been hired to beef up the management team of a house-builder being lined up for a €300 million-p(...)