AIB shares will probably be offered to retail investors, CFO says
Mark Bourke says the bank has done the required balance sheet restructuring
Central Bank deputy governor Gerlach leaves for Swiss bank
Gerlach joined the central bank four years ago
Ireland said to consider selling dollar bond through syndicate
Ireland is considering selling a US dollar-denominated bond to open another funding avenue in its return to international markets, according to people familiar with the proposed transaction.
Permanent TSB warns on capital if loan rates miss stress-test
Permanent TSB boss Jeremy Masding said Irish banks would need more capital if they become overly lax on mortgage debt forgiveness and variable-loan interest rates fall.
Ireland may return to bond markets in weeks say traders
Ireland may sell treasury bills within weeks, returning to international debt markets after almost two years.