Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher insists that interest will have to be paid on the warehoused portion of a split mortgage.

Opinion: banks face difficulty enforcing security if forced through more hoops

Members of the Oireachtas finance committee yesterday: (from left) Pearse Doherty, Stephen Donnelly, Liam Twomey, Ciarán Lynch and Michael McGrath. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Politicians make 47 recommendations on mortgage arrears

Aer Lingus closed down 2.8 per cent

Top companies on Irish market, such as Aer Lingus, in retreat as Iseq index closes down 1.1%

The Red Cow Hotel, owned by the Moran Hotels chain. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Cancellation of Brooks gigs threatens €800,000 in revenue

Setanta plans to ‘piggyback’ on 3’s network and use its own brand to offer services to customers.

Broadcaster's service plan depends on outcome of talks with 3 Ireland

Irish investment group Avoca Capital made a pre-tax profit of €20.1 million last year

Investment group’s turnover rose by 65 per cent in the year to €45.6 million

A busker playing outside a branch of Permanent TSB in Dublin. Photograph: Getty Images

Bank selling 2,200 sub-prime mortgages with €465m face value

Testing times: Bray Wanderers is understood to be operating on a budget of about €2,000 a week, well below that of its rivals. Photograph: Donall Farmer / Inpho.

Accumulated losses of almost €1.1 million at Wicklow club

Appointee currently head of risk at the bank

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