Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea in Ouragh’s vast first-floor drawingroom during a photoshoot for the New York Times in 2008.  ©Photograph: Derek Speirs 5:19

In 2002, when bankrupt developer Sean Dunne built his 8,700sq ft home on Dublin’s exclusive Shrewsbury Road, he was well on his way to earning the tit(...)

John McDonnell, Partner PwC and Ronan Murphy, Senior Partner PwC appearing before the Oireachtas banking inquiry

The managing partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry that the firm stands over its audits of Bank of Ireland, (...)

Carlton Hotel and Spa in Cork: the 70-bedroom hotel was developed in a stunning waterfront setting in 2006 at a cost of almost €25 million

Ownership of yet another Irish hotel has passed to an overseas company. A Scottish hotelier has bought the Carlton Hotel and Spa close to the holiday (...)

A number of high-profile hotel and leisure assets are connected with the portfolio, including the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny (pictured) and the Regency Hotel in Drumcondra in Dublin. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Lloyds Banking Group is planning to sell €4.2 billion of face value legacy loans connected with Ireland in what will be one of the biggest such real e(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern said Eugene McDermott had advanced two “technical” arguments in support of his application to set aside the  judgment but had not essentially outlined a bona fide defence or engaged with the main issue, that the money was due and owing.

A farmer has failed to get an order from the Commercial Court setting aside a judgment for almost €7 million granted against him in favour of Bank of (...)

The four-storey home was designed in keeping with its stately detached Victorian neighbours

The former Dublin 4 home of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne and his millionaire wife Gayle Killilea has been placed on the market for €7million.Ouragh i(...)

In papers  against Adèle King it was stated in a grounding affidavit that as of August 2013 the bank was owed €244,000, including €11,600 in arrears at that time. Photograph: Frank Miller

David Agnew and his estranged wife, Adèle King – better known as Twink – face a bid by Bank of Scotland to repossess a house, a mortgage for which rem(...)

Wexford developer Alan Hynes said the people concerned were ‘white collar investors’, such as dentists, accountants and solicitors. ‘There’s one judge as well.’ Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A judge is among 45 “white collar investors” behind the Laurels apartment development in Dundrum, Co Dublin, which has defects that have rendered it (...)

Giving it back: credit card holders may be in line for compensation payouts of several hundred euro for having been incorrectly sold payment protection insurance

Not so long ago, consumers across the State were getting payouts of several hundred euro for having been incorrectly sold payment protection insurance(...)

An AIB spokeswoman said “in all cases the bank seeks a non-legal resolution and implementation of a consensual debt restructuring with borrowers”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

AIB, the State-owned bank, is twice as likely as its main rival, Bank of Ireland, to pursue its customers through the courts over unpaid debts, accord(...)