A legal row over between Ulster Bank and two borrowers whose loans form part of its €1.1 billion asset sell off is threatening to boil over into the High Court

Developers’ companies in legal row with lender over €87 million property debt

The court ruled that the trustees of multinational Omega Pharma’s defined benefit pension fund were entitled to seek more than the statutory minimum from the group when it sought to wind the plan up in late 2012

Justice Moriarty found the trustees were entitled to the contribution of €2.23m

Cathal O’Connell: “The BMI brand has huge heritage, over 70 years of heritage.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

As chief executive of BMI Regional, Cathal O’Connell has masterminded a remarkable turnaround in the small carrier’s fortunes

In 2012 the department told the High Court the agreement was neither aid nor a contract, and is not profitable for Bus Éireann, which only recovers its costs for the service

Letter says that description of deal as a contract was erroneous

The Central Bank: publishes new guidelines today for the bonuses used to reward sales staff in banks, insurance companies and investment firms. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Review finds greater emphasis on volume of sales than ‘suitable customer outcomes’

IBOA general secretary Larry Broderick urged Ulster Bank management to suspend its latest round of branch closures until the questions around the bank’s future were resolved. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

KKR or Apollo said to be circling lender

File photo  of a Ryanair plane landing. Photograph: PA

Airline ordered to repay €9.6m to France

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