Bank of Ireland to pay first post-crisis dividend

Bank of Ireland is proposing a dividend of 11.5 cent per share, its first normal dividend since the financial crisis

26th February, 2018
BoI's last dividend was a decade ago. Pic: RollingNews.ie

Bank of Ireland will pay a dividend for the first time in a decade as the lender’s underlying profits remained steady at just under €1.1 billion last year.

The bank is proposing a dividend of 11.5 cent per share, its first normal dividend since the financial crisis. The dividend payout will amount to €124 million out of its profits.

At pre-tax level the bank made a profit of €852 million, down from €1.03 billion...

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