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Our key message is that permanent tsb bank is turning the corner. I'm delighted to be able to confirm that the permanent tsb Strategic Business Unit effectively our customer-facing business is now trading profitably, he said. He also said the lender
The Department of Finance said the six main banks have put in place close to 14,500 permanent repayment plans for residential mortgage accounts that are in arrears in January. This is up from 14,000 in December, the department said this morning.
He's running one of the smallest, but best-run, banks in the country, and his customers love him for it. Kevin Murphy, the chief executive of New Plymouth- based Taranaki Savings Bank says it all comes down to keeping the punters happy. Last week
House prices outside capital rise for first time since 2008 THE recovery in property activity has spread outside Dublin for the first time in six years, fuelling predictions that the market is finally on the road to recovery...Aldi launches low cost
After consistently topping customer satisfaction surveys TSB Bank came out the best of 35 financial institutions including all the big banks and insurance companies. Kevin Murphy, Managing Director of TSB Bank said the achievement was a result of
Trackers have proved to be such good value that only a fool would give one up, even if there is a need to move house to accommodate a growing family. That is the dilemma facing thousands and it is one of the key reasons the property market is
Armed robber Sean Bradish was jailed for carrying out a string of 100 raids to fund a champagne lifestyle...Bradish posed as a latter day Robin Hood telling staff: You b*****ds are robbing the public.' Judge Nicholas Cook demanded to know why prison
3 February 2014 0 View comments Lloyds Banking Group confirmed today that it expects to restart dividend payments to shareholders in the second half of this year and that preparations for the possible future sale of shares to the public were under
Cash machines were faulty for four and a half hours and debit card transactions were disrupted for three hours before the problems were eventually resolved. A spokeswoman for the group said: "Although the majority of transactions were unaffected, we
But the deal collapsed after a £1.5bn hole was found in the Co-op's finances. Lloyds subsequently hived off the branches to its revived TSB brand, which is expected to float on the stock market next year. Lord Levene said that "leading market players"