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Ireland's PTSB increases mortgage market share to 17.5%
Ulster Bank deal to push PTSB mortgage share above 20%
PTSB to buy some Ulster Bank branches, loan portfolio
Permanent TSB Group Holdings plc is a full service retail and small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) bank, which serves personal and SME customers in the Republic of Ireland through a multi-channel distribution network. The Company operates through Core Bank. The Core Bank segment offers a range of retail banking products through multiple channels, in addition to corporate and institutional deposits, and which manages, through the Asset Management Unit (AMU) platform, the Company's non-performing and/or high risk home loans, buy-to-let and unsecured loan portfolios. The Core Bank focuses on Irish retail consumer business, which consists of return on investment (ROI) residential mortgages, which are primarily funded by customer deposits and wholesale market funding. The Core Bank targets mainstream Irish retail personal and non-personal customers and offers a range of retail banking products, including deposit accounts, term loans and consumer finance through multiple channels.
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Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Group Chief Technology Officer
Chief Risk Officer, Executive Director
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Bank of Ireland blamed state-imposed curbs on bankers pay and bonuses for the announcement on Monday that Chief Financial Officer Myles O'Grady would leave the bank and join Irish food group Musgrave.
Bank of Ireland blamed state-imposed curbs on bankers pay and bonuses for the announcement on Monday that Chief Financial Officer Myles O'Grady would leave the bank for a role outside the financial sector.
Ireland's permanent tsb cut its first-half loss to 4 million euros ($4.72 million) as it recovered from a year of COVID-19 disruption and said mortgage approvals were growing strongly ahead of a major loan acquisition from one of its departing rivals.
The FTSE 100 index ended higher on Friday, led by gains in consumer staples and a jump in Vodafone shares on strong results, while Ultra Electronics surged on a takeover bid from aerospace manufacturer Cobham.
Britain's NatWest Group agreed to sell assets from its Irish arm to Permanent TSB, a move the mortgage lender and analysts described as a "once in a generation opportunity" for PTSB that caused its shares to soar.
Britain's NatWest Group agreed to sell assets from its Irish arm to Permanent TSB , a move the mortgage lender and analysts described as a "once in a generation opportunity" for PTSB to compete with Ireland's two dominant banks.
British lender NatWest Group said on Friday that it had agreed to sell assets from its Irish arm Ulster Bank to Permanent TSB.
Ireland's government will begin to sell down part of its 13.9% shareholding in Bank of Ireland over the next six months, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said on Wednesday, marking the state's first sale of any bank shares since 2017.
Ireland's finance minister said it is still possible that the state could make a profit through the sale of its holdings in local banks that are still trading but it will depend on how long a period it is prepared to wait to offload the stakes.
Ireland's central bank on Thursday fined NatWest's Irish business, Ulster Bank, a record 37.8 million euros for overcharging mortgage customers, some of whom lost their homes after being denied their right to a cheaper "tracker" mortgage.
* Government says talks "potentially important development" (Adds source on PTSB talks, additional fin min quotes)
Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said on Friday the banking landscape would be poorer as a result of NatWest's decision to exit Ireland but welcomed the interest from other local banks in parts of its loan book.
* NatWest to announce full-year results on Friday (Releads on comments from source, adds details)
Permanent tsb (PTSB) has retained investment bank Morgan Stanley to advise on a potential bid for Ulster Bank's Irish small-to medium-sized business loan portfolio if its larger rival decides to exit the market, the Irish Times reported.
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.
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.
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