LONDON, May 16- A wave of investor demand that has allowed Deutsche Bank and two other lenders to raise six billion euros in new share capital in the past month is unlikely to prompt other European banks to go to their shareholders for more cash.
DUBLIN, May 3- Ireland has resolved a standoff with international lenders over the timing of so-called "stress tests" of its bailed-out banks that threatened to cloud its exit from an EU-IMF rescue deal at the end of the year, four sources close to the matter said.
DUBLIN, May 3- Ireland has resolved a standoff with its international lenders over the timing of stress tests of the country's bailed-out banks that threatened to cloud its exit from an EU-IMF bailout at the end of the year, four sources told Reuters.
GALLEN, Switzerland, May 2- Ireland will not allow its banks to be treated differently to others in Europe and will resist pressure from Brussels to conduct stress tests earlier than its euro zone peers, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said on Thursday.
DUBLIN, April 30- Ireland has not yet decided whether to test its banks' financial health this year or wait until pan-European stress tests next year, the governor of the central bank said. "We haven't called that yet," Patrick Honohan told a press conference. "For the moment we are working towards doing it in the latter part of the year."
*Total 2012 compensation up 10 bln euro across 35 banks. LONDON, March 10- Compensation at the world's biggest banks rose last year, with 35 of them spending a combined 10 billion euros more on staff than in 2011, figures compiled by Reuters show.
LONDON/ DUBLIN Jan 28- Ireland's banking recovery could yet be derailed by its international creditors.
LONDON, Dec 14- BNP Paribas was named "Bank of the Year" by International Financing Review on Friday, recognising France's biggest bank for its aggressive moves to boost capital and liquidity.
*Already owns stakes in Virgin Money, Bank of Ireland. LONDON, Dec 13- Billionaire U.S. investor Wilbur Ross is targeting more deals in Europe's financial services industry after buying into a listed company that failed to make its own inroads into the sector.