The bank had been accused by  journalist Daphne  Caruana Galizia of processing corrupt payments to Maltese officials. She was killed by a car bomb last year. Photograph: Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters

A Maltese bank at the heart of a money-laundering investigation has had its licence withdrawn by the European Central Bank. Pilatus Bank, which opene(...)

Capital ratios at both Bank of Ireland and AIB have been deemed to be adequate to withstand a downturn.

The Republic’s two biggest banks, their shareholders and regulator presumably breathed sighs of relief on Friday night after both institutions were fo(...)

The results aid regulators in deciding whether banks should raise more capital and what level of dividends they can give shareholders and the bonuses they can pay staff. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Republic’s two biggest banks have enough capital to withstand a recession, results of a Europe-wide tests show, but the State’s regulator says bot(...)

Banks in the Republic and across Europe will learn at around 5pm on Friday how they fared in the latest round of stress tests run by the European Ban(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Sharon Donnery

Central Bank deputy governor Sharon Donnery is one of the two contenders nominated by MEPs to head the euro zone’s bank supervisory operation. The Co(...)

Irish Central Bank deputy governor Sharon Donnery. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Mario Draghi’s preferred candidate to head the euro zone’s banking supervisor will try to win over EU lawmakers on Tuesday and overcome an important (...)

A desire to achieve greater gender balance at the ECB is seen as working in Sharon Donnery’s favour.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Sharon Donnery is getting closer to becoming the euro zone’s top bank supervisor as she and her two competitors prepare for scrutiny by MEPs and the E(...)

The shortfall for the euro zone’s 35 biggest and most complex banking groups stood at €125 billion last year. Photograph: Francois Lenoir/Reuters

European political leaders need another financial crisis to frighten them into completing a banking union, a senior EU official said on Monday. He sai(...)

Sharon Donnery is the first female deputy governor at the Central Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The European Central Bank (ECB) has narrowed the field of contenders to become its next head of banking supervision. Sharon Donnery, deputy governor (...)

Danske has admitted that a large part of about €200 billion, or $235 billion, that flowed through an Estonian unit between 2007 and 2015 may have been laundered. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

As multiple investigations into Danske Bank A/S get under way, Denmark’s gover nment wants to know why the bank’s auditors appear to have missed sign(...)

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