Thursday October 22, 2020

Bank of Ireland results - what to watch for

Brexit effects and dividend timetable in focus in final results under Boucher

28th July, 2017
Bank of Ireland upbeat despite Brexit uncertainty. Pic: RollingNews.ie

One of the main issues for investors over the past couple of years has been the timing of the resumption of dividend payments.

Bank of Ireland – still 14 per cent state-owned - announced earlier this year that it expected to restart dividend payments “at a modest level” in respect of its 2017 results, meaning shareholders can expect a first payment in early 2018.

This was a year later than had been hoped, and meant that...

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