Former chief executive of Irish Nationwide Building Society Michael Fingleton is due to appear before the banking inquiry next Wednesday. Photograph: The Irish Times

Former Irish Nationwide chief executive Michael Fingleton will insist the building society was solvent on the night of the bank guarantee, despite the(...)

Shortly after a 2009 row over a €1m bonus, INBS confirmed it had put in place a €27.6m pension fund for Michael Fingleton, which he managed and had been transferred out of the financial institution in January 2007. Photograph: The Irish Times

Michael Fingleton, or “Fingers” as he was often known, was one of the best-known chief executives in Irish business for almost four decades. He ran Ir(...)

The arrangements using charities are part of tax-efficient structured finance deals aimed at attracting the institutions to set up “special purpose vehicles”in Ireland to house the high-risk assets. A team of economists from the Central Bank last month published a report on the use of these types of structures

Matheson, Ireland’s biggest corporate tax firm, uses three charities registered to “relieve poverty and distress” to help hedge funds and banks pay le(...)

House price inflation in Dublin has slowed to under 10 per cent for the first time in two years as new lending restrictions appear to be cooling the (...)

The collapse of FBD’s share price on Monday represented the Perfect Storm for the Irish insurer but without George Clooney as eye candy. Disastrous i(...)

Irish household debt fell by the most in five years during the first quarter of 2015, according to the Central Bank. Its latest Quarterly Financial A(...)

Nearly everyone will remember the forest of tower cranes that appeared along Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin’s docklands during the boom years to b(...)

UCD Student Union spokesman David Burns said the decision to prioritise certain students was not sustainable, particularly given the recent hike in accommodation prices. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times 2:16

Students embarking on their second and third year of study at University College Dublin (UCD) are struggling to secure accommodation following the uni(...)

AIB says that some 110,000 customers may be entitled to a refund for the mis-selling of credit card protection insurance. (Photograph: Bryan O’Brien)

Some 110,000 credit card customers of AIB may be in line for a pay-out of up to €128 following the launch of a redress scheme by the Central Bank. C(...)

 Construction  on Dublin’s northside docklands. Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

Planning permission has been sought for the first phase of one of the largest developments planned for Dublin’s docklands under Dublin City Council’(...)