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Bank of Ireland sees limited bad loan impact from latest lockdown
KBC Bank Ireland Enters MoU With Bank Of Ireland Group
Bank of Ireland CEO says may look at Davy Stockbrokers
Bank of Ireland Group plc is an Ireland-based financial services company. The Company provides a broad range of banking and other financial services. Its services include current account and deposit services, overdrafts, term loans, business and corporate lending, international asset financing, leasing, installment credit, invoice discounting, foreign exchange facilities, interest and exchange rate hedging instruments, life assurance, pension and protection products. It operates through five operating segments: Retail Ireland, Bank of Ireland Life, Retail UK, Corporate and Treasury and Group Centre. It operates through approximately 250 branches and approximately 1,750 self-service devices in the Republic of Ireland. The Company also operates in the United Kingdom through approximately 11,500 branches and approximately 2,500 ATMs via the Company’s relationship as financial services partner with the United Kingdom Post Office. It also operates in the United States and European markets.
40 Mespil Road
Patrick Thomas Kennedy
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Francesca Jane McDonagh
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Non-Executive Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board, Senior Independent Director
Group Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer, Corporate Banking
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Bank of Ireland reported stronger-than-expected income for the first quarter on Friday noting it had seen limited adverse impact on customer loans from longer lockdowns in its home market and its smaller UK operations.
European stocks ended at a record high on Friday, marking its seventh straight week of gains, after strong U.S. and China economic data spurred optimism about a speedy global recovery, while upbeat results from Germany's Daimler boosted carmakers.
Ireland’s bank exodus could presage similar moves across Europe. Belgium’s KBC is planning to flog around 8.9 billion euros of assets to Bank of Ireland. NatWest has pulled the plug on Ulster Bank. High costs and paltry profits mean other lenders like ING and BNP Paribas...
* KBC also seeking to offload Irish non-performing loans (Adds detail, KBC Bank Ireland quotes)
Ireland's Davy Stockbrokers, which is grappling with the fallout from a record central bank fine, has decided to put itself up for sale, the firm said on Thursday.
Ireland's Davy Stockbrokers is set to put itself up for sale as soon as Thursday after Bank of Ireland made an initial approach to buy the firm which is grappling with the fallout from a record central bank fine, local media reported.
* Irish branch network to be cut to 169 from 257 (Adds union comment on branch closures, share price, dividend)
Bank of Ireland limited its underlying 2020 loss to 374 million euros ($452 million) after a return to profitability in the second half, the bank said on Monday.
* Government says talks "potentially important development" (Adds source on PTSB talks, additional fin min quotes)
* Forecasts suggest up to 80% of 'bounce back' loans may sour
Irish banks approved more mortgage credit in October than in any month for at least a decade, data showed on Tuesday, as a rapid rebound in demand among housebuyers from COVID-19 disruption looked set to increase property prices.
* Counter cyclical capital buffer to remain at 0% in 2021 (Adds details, quotes)
Ireland's retail banks have sufficient aggregate capital to absorb shocks materially worse than baseline projections that already forecast a no trade deal Brexit, a new assessment by the country's central bank showed.
Ireland's central bank intends to keep the amount of capital banks must set aside as extra protection against risks from future crises at zero to continue to support the economy through the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Wednesday.
The Irish government on Tuesday extended a 2 billion euro state-backed credit guarantee scheme for small and medium-sized businesses to the end of June, saying demand was increasing following an initial low take up.
Ireland's permanent tsb (PTSB) plans to cut more than 10% of its staff through a voluntary redundancy scheme mainly aimed at management and head office roles, a spokeswoman for the bank said on Friday.
Mortgage applications and approvals at Ireland's permanent tsb (PTSB) were the highest so far this year in September and the bank said that with the pipeline remaining strong, new lending will not fall as much as anticipated this year.
Allied Irish Banks (AIB) said third-quarter trading was more resilient than expected with tentative signs of recovery in new lending as 74% of customers on coronavirus-related payment breaks returned to regular payments.
Bank of Ireland said trading in the third quarter beat expectations as customers still on payment breaks due to COVID-19 disruptions fell to 20,000 from 106,000 at the peak and it completed a voluntary redundancy scheme.
Allied Irish Banks (AIB) joined rivals in pointing to some recovery as the economy emerges from lockdown after posting a 909 million euro ($1.1 billion) first-half pretax loss, mainly due to provisions for customers affected by the pandemic.
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