Ulster Bank’s new chief executive Gerry Mallon told the “Belfast Telegraph” in September: “I need the buzz: the livelier the city, the better.” Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ulster Bank’s new chief executive Gerry Mallon will be a busy man next June. That’s when he takes up the reins at Ulster Bank’s business in the Republ(...)

Pat Kenny at the launch of UTV Ireland . Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

UTV Media, the Belfast based, Dublin-listed company, has warned that its six-month old bespoke Irish television venture will make bigger losses than e(...)

Cherrywood Business Park and development lands in south Dublin: under the SDZ master plan, there is scope to build 3,836 residential units along with 484,474sq m (5,214,781sq ft) of commercial buildings, including 37,800sq m (406,871sq ft) of retail space

The prospects of developing a substantial new economic and residential hub in south Dublin will move a stage further with the forthcoming sale of Che(...)

Ulster Bank’s parent, RBS, has been accused of effectively closing “viable” businesses in Northern Ireland and the Republic. Photograph: Peter Muhly/AFP

There will be no red carpet and not a single A-list celebrity present, but tomorrow 14 Northern Irish and British politicians will host what promises (...)

The IBOA’s general secretary Larry Broderick told the inquiry that bank employees feel they have been “vilified” by the actions of senior bank management. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

There is a culture of fear in the banking sector not just in Ireland but right across the industry, the Irish Bank Officials’ Association has warned.T(...)

The Supreme Court decision will affect  about 140 Irish-based customers who had accounts at the Isle of Man branch before National Irish Bank closed its operation there in 2002. Photograph: David Cannon/Getty Images

The Supreme Court has ordered the former National Irish Bank (NIB) to disclose to the Revenue Commissioners details of Irish residents who had account(...)

Criticising the European Commission, Mr O’Donovan said it had forced Bank of Ireland to quit profitable businesses after it was bailed out by the Government.

The Government will have to set up a State-sponsored financial institution to lend money to small and medium-sized businesses, a senior Bank of Irelan(...)

Green REIT, Ireland’s first property investment trust, looks set to spend well over €100 million on a range of commercial properties that should appre(...)

John Perry: senior Fine Gael activists believe his credibility as Minister of State has been severely compromised.   Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Minister of State for Small Business John Perry has declined to say how he reconciles his dealings over an unpaid €2.47 million bank debt with his obl(...)

Minister of State John Perry arriving at Government Buildings this month for  a vote on the abortion Bill. On April 16th this year he was in the news for asking bank chiefs to an advisory group meeting to discuss lending and debt problems with small and medium-sized business

Internal Danske Bank records filed in the Commercial Court suggest John Perry’s finances veered into the danger zone in 2011, the year he became Mi(...)