Richard Pym

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Gary McGann: he took over as chairman of the €10bn  betting group when it was formed through a merger of Paddy Power and Betfair in February

Paddy Power Betfair will pay chairman Gary McGann €450,000 this year, making him one of the best-paid non-executives at an Irish plc. Mr McGann too(...)

Ryanair Holdings gets about 27 per cent of its sales from the UK but says that a Brexit would not have an immediate impact on its business. (Photograph: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)

Ireland’s largest companies are beginning to feel the effect of Britain’s division over whether to remain in the European Union. Concern about the (...)

Chief executive Bernard Byrne saw his remuneration rise 3 per cent last year

AIB paid its chief executive Bernard Byrne €587,000 in total remuneration last year, an increase of 3 per cent on 2014. His basic salary increased (...)

The AIB repayment will be the first meaningful return by the bank of its bailout money, with the promise of further payments in 2016. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

AIB will pay the State €1.62 billion on Thursday in a move that will allow the Government to balance the exchequer books for the year for the first ti(...)

Financial adviser Brendan Burgess tells the board that AIB’s mortgage rates are a rip-off. Photograph: Eric Luke

AIB chairman Richard Pym bears no physical resemblance to Santa Claus, but by handing over a cheque for just under €1.87 billion to the State on Thurs(...)

AIB chairman Richard Pym told shareholders the bank has paid about €3 billion to the State in fees related to the Government’s guarantees.

AIB will pay the State €1.866 billion tomorrow after receiving shareholder approval for a major capital reorganisation that also puts it on the path b(...)

AIB  plans to consolidate its shares on a one-for-250 basis, reducing the number in issue to about 2.7 billion as part of a wider plan to put a realistic valuation on its overpriced shares

At 10am today, AIB will host an extraordinary general meeting to seek shareholder approval for a capital reorganisation. The outcome is a foregone co(...)

AIB said on Friday that it will cut its variable mortgage interest rate for both new and existing customers by 0.25 per cent, as it announced first half pre-tax profits of some €1.2bn, up by 50 per cent on the same period in 2014. (Photograph by Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times)

AIB said on Friday that it will cut its variable mortgage interest rate for both new and existing customers by 0.25 per cent, as it announced first h(...)

Bernard Byrne  succeeds David Duffy who will step down as chief executive and executive director with immediate effect.

AIB has formally announced the appointment of Bernard Byrne as chief executive. He succeeds David Duffy who will step down as chief executive and exec(...)

Chairman Richard Pym at the AIB annual general meeting at Ballsbridge, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

AIB did its best to portray a softer image at its agm in Ballsbridge yesterday. Gone was the politburo-style platform, with board members looking down(...)

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