The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry whistleblower is considering legal action in connection with the findings of a review conducted recently into allegatio(...)

Michael Fingleton: Accepted that the bonuses paid by the building society were “excessive”. Photograph: Collins 5:01

A bit like French cabaret singer Edith Piaf, Michael Fingleton has no regrets. Why would he when he has a €30 million pension pot to draw from? “Fing(...)

 John Stanley Purcell told the Banking Inquiry he sees no benefit to pursuing directors of INBS when others have not been the subject of any investigation. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A former director of Irish Nationwide Building Society has criticised the decision to take legal action against members of the building society. John(...)

Former Irish Nationwide  chairman Michael Walsh who told the Banking Inquiry of his  regret at how many families had suffered from the ‘era of austerity’. He accepted many mistakes were made by Irish Nationwide, and other Irish financial institutions.

The former chairman of Irish Nationwide Building Society has expressed his regret about the events that led to the banking crisis in Ireland but said (...)

The number of mortgage accounts in arrears continued to fall in the second quarter of 2015, according to new figures from the Central Bank. Photo: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The number of mortgage accounts in arrears continued to fall in the second quarter of 2015, marking the eight consecutive quarter of decline, accordin(...)

Former chief executive of Irish Nationwide Building Society  arriving at the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry. Photograph: Eric Luke

Four more days. That’s all that’s left of the Oireachtas banking inquiry in terms of public hearings. Some nine months after the committee began takin(...)

The legendary Warren Buffett once described some shadow banking activities as “financial weapons of mass destruction”. By that he meant they pose a hu(...)

The average refund by AIB was €543, including compensatory interest. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

AIB has paid €3.7 million to some 6,855 business customers who were overcharged as a result of an error in relation to their overdrafts. The average (...)

The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation has written to 4,200 AIB account holders to encourage them to “come forward” if they believe they were “denied their contractual right” to a tracker mortgage after their fixed interest rate periods had expired

The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation has written to 4,200 AIB account holders to encourage them to “come forward” if they believe they were “denied(...)

Not everyone who had an AIB fixed-rate mortgage was entitled to switch to a tracker when the set term ended

Q As an AIB customer I took out a fixed-term mortgage five or six years ago but after the term ended I was automatically put onto a standard variab(...)