Wednesday Jul 16
Speedier NAMA sales to boost Allied Irish value - fin min
Ireland's commitment that its "bad bank" will repay the bulk of its debt two years ahead of schedule will enhance the potential value of state-owned Allied Irish Banks, finance minister Michael Noonan said.
Co-op Bank boss to head AIB
The chairman of the Co-op Bank, Richard Pym, will stand down later this year to lead Allied Irish Banks .
Co-op Bank chair Pym to helm Allied Irish Banks
Troubled lender Co-operative Bank today said chairman Richard Pym will be standing down later this year to take the helm of Allied Irish Banks .
a 37m judgment against former AIB manager
A FORMER general manager of business banking with Allied Irish Banks has consented before the Commercial Court to entry of a 37.2m judgment against him in favour of NAMA over unpaid loans mostly issued for property investment.
Allied Irish Banks Merchant Services enters mPOS market with First Data's Pogo
Allied Irish Banks Merchant Services has announced that it will bring mPOS capability to Irish SMEs via Pogo, a service developed by First Data.
Irish bank debt deal gets shot in arm in Bundestag
Pictured at the Eurogroup meeting of EU eurozone finance ministers were, left to right, Wolfgang Schauble, Finance Minister, Germany and Michael Noonan.
Tony O'Reilly verges on bankruptcy
The specter of Anthony J.F. O'Reilly headed into bankruptcy is a stunning turnabout for the former Irish rugby star who became a celebrity of commerce, too, a renowned social and cultural figure during his high-profile tenure here running the H.J. Heinz Co., topping the Business Week list of highest paid chief executives and at times bearing the ... (more)
NAMA chases Johnny Ronan's brother over a 1.8m judgment
NAMA is pusuing a brother of Treasury Holdings co-founder Johnny Ronan for a a 1.8m judgment over a personal guarantee concerning liabilities of a company in the Treasury group.
Ex-Heinz CEO Anthony O'Reilly loses bid to delay Allied Irish Banks debt repayments
Anthony O'Reilly, one of Ireland's best-known businessmen, a former billionaire and ex-CEO of Pittsburgh food giant H.J. Heinz Co., lost a legal bid for more time to deal with millions of euros of debts.
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Ireland's ex-richest man ordered to sell assets
He was Ireland's first business star and once its richest citizen, but now Anthony O'Reilly faces possible bankruptcy.