Legal & General already offered the pension fund an intermediate longevity insurance for its retirees, which was converted into a retiree buyout, using the insurer`s extensive restructuring expertise. Brink`s has agreed to purchase more than 500 ATMs remotely from allied Irish Bank. The deal comes about a month after AIB and Bank of Ireland put their ATMs on the market without a branch. The average increase will apply to around 80% of employees at the bottom three levels of staff covered by the collective agreement, with part of it linked to performance and the balance linked to the cost of living. Goodbody Stockbrokers said: „This 25 Bp drift will increase our payroll for the GJ20f from our pre-tax estimate of €1.07 billion by around €3 million. It is useful for the new agreement to come into force, since the new CEO will take the reins in the coming months. Negotiations on payment between the two sides were postponed to the CMR in November, after they were concluded without an agreement. The FSU will vote on the proposals from early next month, the FSU said on Thursday. The average wage increases of 3 percent apply to up to 8,000 employees in the three lower levels of AIB staff covered by a collective agreement. Legal & General, using its restructuring expertise, will convert an existing longevity insurance agreement with the system into a retiree buy-in.
„AIB has completed the sale of its non-bank ATM network to Point Cash by Brink`s,“ an AIB spokesperson said in an email. „As part of the agreement, Brink`s existing ATMs will retain and customers with debit cards issued in the Republic of Ireland will not charge any surcharges or additional fees when using these ATMs.“ Mr Hunt said another business update from the bank would be released on May 12. „I`m very committed to our branch network, it`s a very, very important part of our customer loyalty model,“ he said. Of this total, 16,000 were spent on mortgages, 12,000 on small and medium-sized enterprises and 12,000 on individuals. He declined to comment on when AIB would resume its deferred plan to sell a tranche of bad debts on self-used real estate, saying only that at that time, all of the organization`s efforts were mobilized for the sole purpose of supporting customers. Laura Mason, Chief Financial Officer of Legal & General Retirement Institutional (LGRI), said: „We are pleased to have been able to help AIB Group UK Pension Scheme in the final phase of its intoxicating journey and are proud to present our new solution for secure payment rules.“ The transaction was concluded by the Legal & General Group and uses a new solution that the insurer, in collaboration with consultants from the agent and its sponsor, Allied Irish Banks, has developed and further adapted to the AIB Group program, a statement said. . . .