Jeremy Masding

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Almost 30,000 new customers have signed up for current accounts so far this year, and €121 million in new mortgages have been approved.   Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Permanent TSB has reported a pre-tax loss of €131 million for the first half of the year. The figure is a considerable improvement on the €587 million(...)

Tomorrow morning, Permanent TSB, which is 99.8 per cent owned by the State, will publish its results for the six months to the end of June. It’s the s(...)

The Permanent TSB AGM at the Ballsbridge Hotel.

About 20,000 mortgages relating to private dwellings are in arrears of 90 days or mor(...)

Jeremy Masding, CEO Permanent TSB: wrote to all staff yesterday outlining his determination to achieve the reduction in costs being targeted by the bank. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The chairman of Permanent TSB and the bank’s non-executive directors are to take a 10 per cent cut in their annual fees, from June 1st, as the (...)

Christopher Flowers: Ulster Bank, with assets of €54.8 billion, would seem to be in his range. Photograph: Daniel Barry/Bloomberg

Christopher Flowers’s interest in Ireland remains undiminished despite having lost out in the bidding for Irish Life last year and been rebuffe(...)

Jeremy Masding, chief executive at the Irtish Life & Permanent group. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

It's just before 8.30 on Wednesday morning and there's a blizzard on St Stephen’s Green where State-owned retail bank Permanent TSB has its hea(...)

Jeremy Masding, chief executive of Permanent TSB Bank, said when asked whether taxpayers were likely to get their money back: “I think that’s unlikely.”  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The State is unlikely to recoup in full the net €2.7 billion it provided in bailout funds to Permanent TSB Bank, its chief executive Jeremy Mas(...)

David Duffy, AIB chief executive, speaks at the AIB annual results press conference. Photograph: Eric Luke

First we had Bank of Ireland, then Permanent TSB and yesterday AIB opened its accounts to public scrutiny. It was a similar tale to the other t(...)

to €999 million in spite of its impairment charges on loans reducing by €549 million. The substantial variance was due to(...)

After 18 months of “engagement” with the banks and some political persuasion, the Central Bank of Ireland yesterday issued the “targets” that i(...)

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