Irish Life & Permanent gets creative on capital

There was little good news to offset falling profits and a frozen dividend. David Clerkin reports.

30th August, 2008

There was little good news to offset falling profits and a frozen dividend. David Clerkin reports.

Back in the days of the punt, bank officials in branches around the country were used to customers exchanging bundles of unfamiliar, older banknotes in the months of January and September.

The emergence of out-of-circulation IR£10 and IR£20 notes bearing the almost-forgotten faces of Jonathan Swift and WB Yeats was a regular feature when post-Christmas credit card bills and...

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