Larry Broderick: “I fail to see the logic behind a withdrawal from the Irish market and the subsequent loss of talent that KBC Ireland, and by extension the wider group, would suffer.”  Photograph:Tommy Clancy

The head of the Financial Services Union in Ireland has written to the global chairman and chief executive of KBC Bank in Belgium to urge them to reta(...)

Ulster Bank said the new salary ranges would come into effect “immediately for new staff and where beneficial for the purposes of pay reviews”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Ulster Bank in the Republic has agreed to engage in talks with the Financial Services Union (FSU) on the implementation of controversial new salary r(...)

A €5 billion funding line equates to about 40 per cent of KBC Bank Ireland’s entire liabilities at the end of 2015

Belgian-based KBC Group’s €5 billion funding line to its Irish unit is likely to help persuade the group to remain in the Republic as it announces the(...)

Union members cited ‘concern’ about flotation plans at AIB. Photograph: Reuters

Staff at AIB are in line for average pay increases of 5.5 per cent spread over the next two years following recommendations from the Workplace Relatio(...)

Ulster Bank has implemented controversial new salary ranges for staff ahead of a proposed ballot on pay. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Financial Services Union has suspended a ballot on pay among its members at Ulster Bank in the Republic after the company implemented controversia(...)

Kieran Mulvey: independent mediator said plan to change salary ranges  “remains contentious” and called for further engagement between the parties. Photograph: Alan Betson

Staff at Ulster Bank in the Republic are in line for an average 2 per cent pay increase from April following a recommendation from independent mediat(...)

 Larry Broderick, general secretary of the Financial Services Union, said there was “significant concern” among KBC staff in Ireland that its parent could sell the operation here. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The head of the Financial Services Union (FSU) has written to the chief executive of KBC Bank Ireland to express its concern about the possible outco(...)

AIB  employs about 10,550 staff in total, down from  nearly   26,000 in 2008.  Photograph: Eric Luke

AIB has opened up a voluntary severance scheme for staff working in branches and business centres who have service of 15 years or more. It is not cl(...)

Ulster Bank’s redundancy terms provide for four weeks’ pay per year of service subject to a cap of 104 weeks and £300,000, or its euro equivalent

Ulster Bank and the Financial Services Union have agreed a two-year extension to their procedural and relationship agreement, which allows for volunta(...)

Ulster Bank’s parent company, Royal Bank of Scotland, last year committed itself to its Irish subsidiary following a strategic review of the business. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank has appointed global consulting group McKinsey to identify growth opportunities for the company in the Republic and to look at issues aro(...)

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