Banking

Finance Minister Michael Noonan addressed the Dail on the issue of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Bill...

Speaking on the decision taken at Eurogroup this evening to examine the extension of maturities on Ireland's and Portugal's EFSF loans, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said...

Speaking on the decision taken at Eurogroup this evening to examine the extension of maturities on Ireland's and Portugal's EFSF loans, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, T.D. stated...

This morning’s successful treasury bill auction by the NTMA, the fifth such auction since the NTMA returned to the treasury bill market in July last year, highlights the continued improvement in market sentiment towards Ireland....

Speaking on the NTMA’s successfully Treasury Bill auction this morning (17th January 2013) the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan T.D. stated...

Banks operating in Ireland continue to reduce their level of borrowing from the ECB. During December the funding drawn via the ECB refinancing operations declined by €4.8 billion (6.3%) to €70.9 billion – its lowest level since September 2008...

Banks operating in Ireland (i.e. both covered and non-covered banks) continue to reduce their level of borrowing from the...

Headline deposits at Irish covered banks increased by €1.6bn in December to €155.8bn. On a constant currency basis, deposits were €1.9bn higher month on month in December. The cumulative growth since the start of the year is strong with...

Finance Minister Michael Noonan today welcomed the successful completion of the sale of the entire amount of the State’s €1 billion holding of Contingent Capital Notes (CCN’s) in Bank of Ireland at a price of 101% of their par value plus accrued interest..

Finance Minister Michael Noonan today welcomed the National Pensions Reserve Fund announcement of three new long-term funds that will provide equity, credit and restructuring / recovery investment for Irish small and medium-sized businesses and...

 

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