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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# National Irish Bank

All time
# Banking
Danske Bank Ireland to close for personal customers with loss of 150 jobs
The jobs losses will be compulsory according to banking union the IBOA who say they were “shocked” by the decision.
# For Sale
Landmark National Irish Bank building goes on sale for €4 million
The giant building in Dublin city centre which has housed various banks since 1867 is being put up for sale by NIB’s owners Danske Bank.
Rebrand complete: National Irish Bank disappears
Danske has shut the bank’s branch network in order to cut costs and redirect focus.
National Irish reports €401m pre-tax loss for first half of 2012
Funds set aside for loan impairment charges account for €391m of the loss.
# Banking
National Irish to seek 100 job cuts as 27 branches close
The Danish-owned bank is shutting its branch network and will now serve customers new seven-day operations.
National Irish Bank reports brief internet banking outage
The Danish-owned bank says backup systems were immediately put in place and that full service is being restored.
# Recession
National Irish Bank to be rebranded as Danske Bank
Plus, a restructure, results and a resignation.
# Economy
VIDEO: 'Austerity has not failed in Ireland but the ECB must do more'
The chief analyst at Danske Bank, which owns National Irish Bank, tells that the European Central Bank must consider quantitative easing to encourage more growth in Ireland and the eurozone.
# Financial Results
Profits and income down at National Irish Bank
The bank said that 2011 had been a “challenging” year as it announced its financial results for the year.
# Credit Ratings
Parent banks of National Irish and ACC downgraded by Fitch
Danske Bank and Rabo Bank are two of five European banks to be downgraded overnight by the ratings agency Fitch.
# Bankers
Taoiseach urges banks to pass on interest rate cut
The ECB has announced a cut in interest rates – but AIB, Ulster Bank and National Irish Bank have all said they won’t pass on the cut to mortgage customers.
# Mortgages
National Irish Bank says rate hike not related to ECB cut
The Danish-owned lender confirms a mortgage rate increase of up to 0.95 per cent – but says it’s nothing to do with the ECB’s cut.
National Irish Bank posts losses of €600million
The bank made an operating profit, but this was wiped out by loan impairment charges on commercial property.
# Trade
Irish export growth to slow as outlook for key markets dims - NIB
National Irish Bank is less optimistic on Irish export growth as eurozone economies slow down.
# National Irish
Danish-owned National Irish Bank sees surge in consumer deposits
The Danish-owned bank records an operating profit of €20m in six months, but sets aside a far larger amount in loan impairments.
# Superquinn
Superquinn chief resigns with parting shot at receivers
Andrew Street is worried about the effect on suppliers from the supermarket’s recent troubles.
# Daily Fix
Daily Fix: Tuesday
All the day’s news, and the bits and pieces you may have missed…
# Banks
National Irish Bank posts pre-tax loss of €161m
Bad debts and reduced customer demand the main factors behind increased loss compared to same period in 2010.
# Goldman Sachs
5 of the biggest fines in corporate history
As Goldman Sachs is fined £17.5m, looks at the most whopping fines levied on banks and businesses to date.