- 27.05.2015 14:30:44 - RTE 37,000 mortgages in arrears of over 720 days
- 27.05.2015 14:19:37 - RTE Letting Irish banks fail was ruled out - inquiry
- 27.05.2015 14:07:04 - IRISH TIMES Banking Inquiry told regulation in 2006-2008 ‘not appropriate’
- 27.05.2015 13:46:31 - RTE NAMA to cut staff numbers as part of wind down
- 27.05.2015 12:00:00 - EXAMINER Average hourly wages rise only 1c in past four years
- 27.05.2015 12:00:00 - EXAMINER Former trader first to be prosecuted over Libor ‘fixing’
- 28.04.2015 Jim Brown's departure as Chief Executive of Ulster Bank
- 05.03.2015 IBOA members in AIB seek recognition for role in Bank's recovery
- 27.02.2015 Bank of Ireland results consolidate recovery - IBOA
- 26.02.2015 IBOA comments on Ulster Bank's latest financial results
- 19.02.2015 IBOA welcomes Ulster Bank’s announcement of 350 new jobs in Belfast
- 17.12.2014 IBOA members back Ulster Bank pay deal
- 25 Jul '15 Tayto Park - SOLD OUT
- 03 Oct '15 IBOA Family Zoo Day - Belfast
- 12 Nov '15 - 13 Nov '15 Special Delegate Conference
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IBOA Member Focus
Robin Bell, AIB, (First Trust) Belfast
"The protection of individual members is a benefit of membership that is often undersold but should never be underestimated "
John Burns, Ulster Bank, Northern Ireland
"Members should never underestimate the value of unity and a collective approach in overcoming challenges in their working lives."
Dominic Boyd, Bank of Ireland, Belfast
"In these uncertain times it is vital that members are treated fairly at work. Strength in numbers is more important than ever to survive and thrive!"
Moya Cotton, Danske NI, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone
"In this time of global financial crisis with so many jobs under threat, we need to be united to fight our corner and make our voice heard."
Carmel Curran, AIB, (First Trust Bank) Derry
"Only IBOA's collective power will ensure that terms and conditions achieved in the past will be protected into the future."
Kieran McCann, Ulster Bank, Belfast
"I encourage you to play an active role in your Union to ensure the best possible terms and conditions for you, your colleagues and future employees in financial services."
Liam Ross, Bank of Ireland, Banbridge, Co. Down
"The strength of the Union lies in its members. With more members we have greater ability to fight for our rights."