# stress-tests - Saturday 30 July, 2016
AIB placed at 4.31% for the end of 2018 under adverse scenarios, below the 5.5% level markets and regulators typically expect it to hold.
# stress-tests - Saturday 11 July, 2015
Analyst Connor Ruebusch examines the UFC 189 main event.
# stress-tests - Monday 27 October, 2014
Seán Kelly claims to have a commitment from the ECB to release the letter.
# stress-tests - Wednesday 22 October, 2014
Results will come out on Sunday. Don’t they know it’s a long weekend?
# stress-tests - Tuesday 29 April, 2014
That’s the question the European Banking Association is going to ask this year.
# stress-tests - Monday 24 March, 2014
Responding to queries from the finance spokesperson, Draghi said that ‘the viability of nationalised banks’ needs to be addressed.
# stress-tests - Wednesday 12 March, 2014
A major review of Irish and European banks is due in the Autumn, and could have serious political and financial consequences.
# stress-tests - Monday 10 March, 2014
The Finance Minister has said that the Central Bank has “primary responsibility” regarding SME loans.
# stress-tests - Wednesday 23 October, 2013
Bank of Ireland, AIB, Merrill Lynch International Bank, Ulster Bank and Permanent TSB have all been named on a list of 128 banks to take part in the process.
# stress-tests - Friday 12 October, 2012
The President of the European Council says the European banking supervisor doesn’t need to be finalised for the ESM to invest in banks.
# stress-tests - Friday 28 September, 2012
An independent audit of the banking sector says seven of Spain’s 14 banks will need financial support.
# stress-tests - Tuesday 17 January, 2012
# stress-tests - Thursday 29 December, 2011
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2011 may be remembered in future as the year we sorted out the financial crisis – or the year in which it grew beyond our control.
# stress-tests - Tuesday 13 December, 2011
Those in the eurozone are facing a ‘lost decade’, writers former trader Nick Leeson – and who would want to hand over more policy-making power to the managers of that crisis?
# stress-tests - Monday 12 December, 2011
# stress-tests - Thursday 8 December, 2011
The results were widely expected and indicate that Michael Noonan’s restructuring of the banking system is working in this regard.
# stress-tests - Friday 2 December, 2011
Nine things to know by 9am: All eyes on Merkel over EU’s future, BoI hits the stress-test target, more pressure on Iran – and is Joxer heading to Kiev or Warsaw?
# stress-tests - Monday 31 October, 2011
The latest figures show that business and professional services now rank alongside construction companies as the worst sectors affected.
# stress-tests - Monday 17 October, 2011
Hundreds of staff will vote tomorrow on whether to take industrial action over the possible breakup and sale of the company.
Michael Noonan hails the sale of 10.51 billion shares in Bank of Ireland, which reduces the State’s role in the banking sector.
# stress-tests - Monday 5 September, 2011
The communications minister says “blanket debt forgiveness” is not an option, but that banks should write off loans where there’s a genuine inability to pay.
# stress-tests - Tuesday 30 August, 2011
British-owned Northern Rock is selling its Irish operation to Permanent TSB – which is almost totally owned by the Irish government.
# stress-tests - Wednesday 3 August, 2011
Department of Finance figures show that the Exchequer would be €2bn better off than at last year, if not for the banks.
# stress-tests - Tuesday 26 July, 2011
The Minister for Finance is granted a court order to inject €4bn of public funds into Irish Life & Permanent.
# stress-tests - Monday 25 July, 2011
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AIB loses €5bn in deposits in between January and June, but made €2.2bn with public help and the sale of its Polish arm.
# stress-tests - Wednesday 20 July, 2011
Enda Kenny says tomorrow’s EU summit probably won’t reach a deal – but France is promising a “strong message”.
# stress-tests - Monday 18 July, 2011
Some of Europe’s largest economies will find it tougher and tougher to survive without a crippling bailout…
# stress-tests - Friday 15 July, 2011
The results of the European Banking Authority assessment of 91 banks across the eurozone are in…
The results of this fourth test will show which banks have enough capital to withstand a prolonged recession.
# stress-tests - Monday 11 July, 2011
If a deal offering shares to bondholders is turned down, the bank will need a taxpayer top-up and fall under State control.
# stress-tests - Thursday 23 June, 2011
The savings mean the taxpayer will have to give the bank less cash to keep it afloat.
# stress-tests - Wednesday 15 June, 2011
CUNA Mutual, a major insurer of Irish credit unions, says a fifth of branches could close over mounting lending losses.
# stress-tests - Tuesday 14 June, 2011
The Cabinet will soon discuss a solvency plan that could see the State provide a capital injection into credit unions.
# stress-tests - Thursday 9 June, 2011
The High Court grants an order to the Minister for Finance directing Irish Life & Permanent to sell its life assurance business.
# stress-tests - Tuesday 31 May, 2011
The last bank outside State ownership wants to save as much as it can of the €2.6bn it owes in subordinated bonds.
# stress-tests - Thursday 26 May, 2011
The merger will be completed by July 1, but EBS will retain its own brand after AIB buys its shares for the price of €1.
# stress-tests - Friday 8 April, 2011
Our usual wrap-up of the day’s news, and some bits you may have missed from the last 24 hours.
AIB, Bank of Ireland, and Irish Life and Permanent will all face new EU tests – which could hit German banks hardest.
# stress-tests - Wednesday 6 April, 2011
Shares in AIB and BOI rally as the Finance Minister announces that ‘fragile’ confidence in the banking system has been restored.
# stress-tests - Tuesday 5 April, 2011
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Investigation underway after some gardaí allegedly joked about ‘raping’ and ‘deporting’ Corrib protesters; fears of a serial killer on the loose in New York and why Ireland’s not the only country worried about banking stress tests.