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AIB: The bank predicts that new mortgage lending in Ireland will normalise at about €10bn in the coming years, for a market of 25,000-30,000 newly built houses a year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne sees a “potential” for the bank to pay special dividends from surplus capital in the coming years as its balance she(...)

 Allied Irish Bank: 99.9 per cent owned by the taxpayer.  Photograph: Paul McErlane/Reuters

Michael Noonan’s decision to offer shares in AIB to small retail investors as well as institutions is an interesting one on a number of levels. The (...)

Minister for Finance  Michael Noonan: says the European Commission’s plans could derail  tax avoidance measures. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Almost a decade after the financial crash, AIB this week indicated that it was to become the first of the State’s bailed-out banks to pay a dividend (...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne has apologised to customers for failures relating to tracker mortgages. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

AIB has so far paid out €93 million to the holders of 2,600 mortgage accounts who were denied a tracker interest rate in recent years, the bank’s chie(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne: his basic salary increased by 4.3 per cent to €500,000, the maximum allowed under the Government’s salary cap

The total remuneration paid by AIB to its directors last year fell by more than 6 per cent to just under €2.5 million, in spite of increases in the ba(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian: His position had become untenable after the group warned in late January that its earnings could plummet by 20 per cent this year as it lost biscuit and other baked goods contracts in the US. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

After weeks of speculation, Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian fell on his sword on Tuesday, stepping aside as chief executive of the embattled Irish(...)

Bernard Byrne:  reminded the committee that AIB had repaid  €6.5 billion since the crash.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

AIB has written off €1.3 billion in mortgage debt since the crash to help “right-size” the position of arrears customers who have engaged with the ba(...)

AIB CEO Bernard Byrne is “confident” of repaying full State investment over time. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

AIB has paid €6.5 billion to the State since being bailed out and expects to pay back the whole amount in full over time, its chief executive Bernard(...)

Staff at AIB are in line for average pay increases of 2.2 per cent following recommendations made by the Workplace Relations Commission.

Staff at AIB are in line for average pay increases of 2.2 per cent following recommendations made by the Workplace Relations Commission. The proposa(...)

In March AIB’s chief financial officer Mark Bourke said its capital levels were “massively and comfortably” above the minimum ECB target

AIB’s riskiest bonds are among the worst performing in Europe this year as investors fret over the bank’s failure to disclose a key regulatory capita(...)

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