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# Bank of Ireland

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Do you know this man? Footage shows last known movements of missing Trevor Deely
Trevor’s sister Michele said today it would “mean the world” to her family to get answers to the questions they have been asking for over 16 years.
Over €40k raised in one day for Kerryman in battle with Bank of Ireland to keep family home
More than 1,000 people have already donated to the fund, which will be used to help pay off his arrears.
'How did this happen?': Court hands Bank of Ireland almost 8 acres of land it has no right to
The Master of the High Court noted the mistake as he received the mortgage papers of a Kerry father-of-five.
Richie Boucher, the man who led Bank of Ireland back into the black, is stepping down
Finance Minister Michael Noonan thanked Boucher for his “commitment, professionalism and drive”.
One fifth of consumers want to save for cosmetic procedures
28% of consumers surveyed said they save less than €100 every month.
Bank of Ireland apologises after customers left without their wages this morning
This is not the first time Bank of Ireland customers have experienced this.
Bank of Ireland 'Fomo' loans for students branded as 'irresponsible'
The loans were only offered to a select number of students at Dublin City University.
Bank of Ireland says 'vulnerable and elderly customers' won't be affected by latest changes
Customers will be told to use online banking or a self-service option when accessing certain services.
Bank of Ireland warns customers over 'smishing' text scam
A link in the message might contain malware.
Pat Whelan fined €3k for failing to keep proper record of fraudulent €8m loan
His colleague William McAteer will be sentenced next week.
Bank of Ireland confirms it overcharged on almost 4,000 mortgages
The bank says it will commence refunding customers from the beginning of 2017.
Man with 153 convictions jailed for trying to steal large sum of money from man who cashed cheque
44-year-old Michael Cawley received a two-year sentence. He has 120 convictions related to a six-year ongoing social welfare fraud.
Anger as bank account belonging to pro-Palestinian activists is shut down
The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign has made a formal complaint to the bank.
Bank of Ireland is finally doing away with those Rachel and Steve ads
Or is it Steve and Rachel? Who cares, they’re gone forever!
AIB and BOI ranked among the worst in Europe after stress test
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.
Bank of Ireland glitch sees delay in paying customers' wages
The problem has now been resolved.
Bank of Ireland apologises for technical issue with debit cards
There were a number of complaints online today.
Your crash course in... Ireland's mortgage-rate problem
These are the key points you need to know about the latest attempts to force the banks into action.
Bank of Ireland customers unhappy their wages haven't hit their accounts yet
Unhappy customers have taken to Twitter to ask why they have not been paid today.
Dozens of protesters and gardaí enter Bank of Ireland College Green after anti-austerity march
The protest ended peacefully and there were no arrests.
Secret footage shows Bank of Ireland employee discussing fraudulent claim
Today the bank said the footage shown in a BBC NI Spotlight programme was “highly edited”.
BOI backtracks on cash withdrawal stance, now say they'll help 'vulnerable and elderly' customers
Most customers will be forced to use ATMs or self-service machines to withdraw less than €700.
9 ways Verified by Visa is ruining lives every day
Cause of death: Verified by Visa.
What people are secretly saying about some of Ireland's biggest employers
‘The worst place I have ever been in the past 10 years.’
Here’s What Happened Today: Friday
A missing 16-year-old, a stalled cycle route and a frustrating day for Bank of Ireland customers… all the day’s big stories.
Bank of Ireland says all customers should now have wages in their accounts
The bank has apologised for any inconvenience caused.
This 1970s Bank of Ireland ad had a go at predicting your earnings for 2028
In the 1970s, Bank of Ireland had its crystal ball out.
Here's the text Bank of Ireland is sending to Leaving Cert students today
Getting down with the kids!
The 8 most enraging things about going to the bank
For all of you making the trek this lunchtime.
The bizarre story of how Gaddafi almost bought a big chunk of Bank of Ireland
Irish government officials went to Libya to talk about a potential deal – but Libya didn’t feel ‘comfortable’ with Ireland’s handling of the financial crisis.
Did Noonan's warning work? More banks cut mortgage rates
Good news for some mortgage holders – depending on which bank they’re with.
Gerry Adams says there were "serious conflicts of interest" in Clerys sale
He wants company law to be changed to protect workers from “rogue employers”.
The Bank of Ireland is moving in the right direction on mortgages
The bank has made cuts to its fixed-rate mortgages.
What happens to you if your landlord doesn't pay their mortgage?
Things can get tricky if your property falls into the hands of the bank.
Michael Noonan warns banks: Cut your interest rates or else...
“Happy customers make for profitable banks,” the finance minister said today.
This week’s vital property news: Tenants' rights and the government getting tough on banks
Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.
Will this man finally get tough with banks if they don't drop mortgage rates?
The Finance Minister has been meeting with lenders.
Bank of Ireland accused of a 'crusade' against Brian O'Donnell over Gorse Hill
“I’d love to see the bill for the legal fees.”
'On the night of the guarantee there was an announcement and we all went home to bed'
The Bank of Ireland’s former governor said Brian Cowen was the one who suddenly dropped the news.
161,000 credit card customers are in for a €200 windfall...
Certain card-holders are entitled to redress after paying for insurance they don’t need.