Saturday, October 25, 2014
After every financial crisis home-spun truths have a habit of reasserting themselves, according to Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan.
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has now repaid half of the €30.2 billion in senior debt issued to acquire loans, it said on Wednesday.
First-time buyers can beat the Central Bank clampdown on mortgages by getting approval now.
While the Central Bank has indicated that it hopes (...)
A High Court judge has strongly criticised the continuing failure over months to make a decision whether accountancy firm KPMG should, in its capacity(...)
Irish banks are relaxed about their latest examination. When last probed by the Central Bank three years ago, they needed to raise €24 billion. Now, (...)
Glass sale The Sunday Times reported that the group of lenders that owns Aventas, the former Quinn manufacturing group, are moving ahead with the €40(...)
The Central Bank of Ireland will reveal today the names of a high-powered inquiry panel to investigate allegedly rogue banks and bankers. The first ca(...)
The Commercial Court has approved AIB’s application to reduce its share capital by €5 billion. The bank will now have the option of paying a divide(...)
Those seeking to buy their first home will be eligible for a refund of their Deposit Interest Retention Tax (Dirt) on savings used to purchase their p(...)
A Cheann Comhairle,When the Government took office in March 2011 we set out a plan to regain control of Ireland’s fiscal and economic policies, to gro(...)
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