Will the new Synch app change the face of Irish banking?
Eight years after Swish was launched onto the Swedish market, Synch, an Irish banks’ joint venture, is hoping for similar success with its platform here
As December 2012 drew to a close, thousands of Irish bank staff faced into the new year, either with their jobs having been culled or knowing they soon would be. Scores of bank branches had closed, and rows continued over the payment of unsecured bondholders.
That year, the Central Bank of Ireland bought the shell of what was supposed to be Anglo Irish Bank’s new headquarters on Dublin’s North Quays; National Irish Bank’s retail business was...
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Goodbody staff will still get bonuses as €135m takeover by AIB is approved
Stockbroker will not be subject to 89 per cent bonus tax but bankers’ pay cap will stay in place as part of deal, Minister for Finance says
Davy hit with record €4.1m fine for market breaches
The penalty over an Anglo Irish Bank bond trade is the largest ever issued to a stockbroker in Ireland
Bank of Ireland to shutter a third of its branch network across the island
Some 88 branches in the Republic and 15 in Northern Ireland will be closed this year