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BK OF IRELD CAP.ST.EO-,05 (BIR.BE)


Berlin - Berlin Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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0.24-0.01 (-4.45%)
At close: 6:25PM CEST
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Previous close0.25
Open0.25
Bid0.23 x 2000000
Ask0.24 x 2000000
Day's range0.24 - 0.25
52-week range0.22 - 0.26
Volume8,300
Avg. volume2,054
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  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    Bank of Ireland may be able to breach state salary cap for new CEO

    The Irish government may relax its cap on bankers' pay to allow Bank of Ireland (EUREX: 1269463.EX - news) to find a suitable new CEO, finance minister Michael Noonan said on Monday. Bank of Ireland CEO Richie Boucher announced last month that he will retire before the end of the year after almost a decade in charge of the country's largest lender by assets, which has begun the search for a replacement. Since Boucher was appointed CEO in February 2009, shortly after all Irish-owned lenders sought a state bailout, the government has imposed a cap of 500,000 euros ($530,000) on annual salaries at rescued banks.

  • Bank of Ireland May Move Quickly on CEO Boucher's Successor
    Bloomberg25 days ago

    Bank of Ireland May Move Quickly on CEO Boucher's Successor

    Bank of Ireland may have to decide as soon as this month on the successor to Richie Boucher, as the lender needs to leave time for what could be a lengthy regulatory approval process for its next chief ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Bank of Ireland announces 30-to-1 share consolidation

    Bank of Ireland (EUREX: 1269463.EX - news) on Friday announced a share consolidation and corporate restructuring in moves it said would help it comply with new European banking regulations. The bank, Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's largest lender by assets, said it has applied to establish a new Irish-incorporated group holding company, Bank of Ireland Group plc, that will become the 100 percent owner of the ordinary stock of the bank. The move will position the share price "in a range that is more appropriate to the size of the Group" and may assist in reducing share price volatility, the bank said in a statement.