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Bank of Ireland (BKIR.I)

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Fri, Dec 9 2016

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Fairfax unit sells more shares in Bank of Ireland

DUBLIN A subsidiary of Fairfax Financial Holdings , one of the shareholders who helped keep Bank of Ireland out of state hands in 2011, is selling half of its remaining stake in the Irish lender, the bank managing the sale said on Friday.

Bank of Ireland CEO says surprised by lack of Brexit impact

DUBLIN, Nov 17 Bank of Ireland has seen a surprisingly benign impact on its business customers from Brexit but still believes it will be drag on the economy, the chief executive of Ireland's largest bank by assets said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Bank of Ireland still winding down shipping loan business

* Global shipping debt estimated at $400 billion (Recasts with further Bank of Ireland comment, background, changes date)

Bank of Ireland joins other banks in shipping loan wind down

LONDON, Nov 8 Bank of Ireland said it is winding down its shipping business, joining other banks looking to cut non-core lending and exposure to an industry suffering its worst downturn.

BRIEF-Bank of Ireland net interest margin improves in Q3

* Our net interest margin for 9 months to september 2016 was 2.15% compared to a net interest margin of 2.11% for first half of 2016

Stress tests a reminder Irish bank recovery a work in progress

DUBLIN, Aug 1 Surprisingly poor EU stress test results have been a reminder that Irish banks need a few more years of strong economic growth to complete their post-crisis rehabilitation, a prospect Brexit may complicate.

UPDATE 1-Bank of Ireland says Brexit may delay plans to restart dividend

DUBLIN, July 29 Bank of Ireland's plans to restart dividend payments next year could be impacted by external factors including Brexit which could hit the bank's momentum, Chief Executive Richie Boucher said on Friday.

Bank of Ireland says Brexit may delay plans to restart dividend

DUBLIN, July 29 Bank of Ireland's plans to restart dividend payments next year could be impacted by external factors including Brexit which could hit the bank's momentum, Chief Executive Richie Boucher said on Friday.

BRIEF-Bank of Ireland H1 profit down y/y, Brexit may impact dividend timing

* H1 underlying profit before tax 560 million euros versus 743 million euros profit a year ago

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