A highly active year drove strong earnings growth and profitability for property investment company Hibernia Reit.
Hibernia REIT has proposed a move that would see it directly employ its current management team if approved by shareholders.
Executive pay levels at building materials group Kingspan jumped by nearly 11% last year.
A new Ireland-based property investment firm is to raise around €350m from a dual share listing in Dublin and London and begin establishing a portfolio next year.
A five-year-old boy who racked up a £1,700 (€1,965) bill in just under 10 minutes on his parents’ iPad has said he has learned his lesson.
A five-year-old boy who racked up a £1,700 bill in just a few minutes on his parents’ iPad has said he has learned his lesson.
A five year-old boy has managed to run up a £1,700 bill on his parents' iPad.
“A BIG change in banking culture” was what Finance Minister Brian Lenihan promised back in February 2009 when a major bailout was announced.
IRISH Nationwide Building Society, currently in the process of transferring over €8.7bn in bad loans to NAMA, could need further Government funding to shore up its depleted capital base.
After 140 years, Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) will hold its last AGM today before the Government takes full economic ownership of the institution
IRISH Nationwide Building Society has reported a loss of almost €2.5 billion for last year, having set aside almost €2.8bn for bad debts.
Irish Nationwide Building Society today announced losses of almost €2.5bn for last year.
WITH shareholders of Irish Nationwide and EBS voting in favour of allowing the Government to pump a total of nearly €2.5 billion into their coffers the process of creating a third banking force has taken a step closer.
IRISH Nationwide Building Society (INBS) members yesterday voted to accept Government funding of up to €2 billion at a special general meeting.
ANY deal allowing EBS Building Society to absorb the assets of Irish Nationwide Building Society technically needs the approval of both sets of members.
THE Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) last night announced Gerry McGinn as its new chief executive.
A NEW chief executive could be in place at Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) by the end of this month, the company said yesterday.
Members of Irish Nationwide are meeting in Dublin this afternoon for the firm's annual general meeting.
MICHAEL FINGLETON will formally step down as chief executive of the Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) at the end of this month — ending 37 years association with the company.
MINISTERS were last night accused of preparing to cave-in over bailed-out bank chief Michael Fingleton’s controversial e1 million bonus.
Chief operations officer Robert Barr has resigned from the board of Kingspan.
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